This will make it use full screen mode. The app that's not in the foreground will blur while you make the change. Oddly enough, iTunes would not work for me, but Chrome and Safari would.
All Rights Reserved. I use these AppleScripts: Are you aiming to do this constantly for particular windows that you wish to set up to be in a certain position at all times? Like all new software, Split View mode had a couple bugs in the Developer Preview and Public Beta versions, which should all be squashed in the official release in the Mac App Store.
I have windows that I want in certain locations, and Breeze will memorize those locations and snap each window to its location at a keystroke. Split View and Magnet combined, not only can you mimic Snap, you can go above and beyond what Windows can do.
So useless I mean the feature not the answer.
WTF — a major source of frustration and time waster. Apps that need more screen space to enter Split View might display a message that they're not available in full screen. In the 10. Mac users now have a window snapping feature built directly into Mac OS, which allows users to easily snap windows to aspects of the screen or against one another.
So far, it works as advertised.
Apple really needs to give users the reasonable option to turn this annoying and unwanted feature off.
Just drag any app you want up into the desktop space. You can also set a custom keyboard shortcut in System Preferences, as well as create hot corner access for it.