I have Mint/ubuntu and screen of 4K. is an extension to turn on 4 workspaces to be visible at once?

alternatively any tool, which supports grid layout for ubuntu For example: windows are pinned/locked and prohibited to be zoomed-in more than 1/4 of display size (or similar).

The main goal is to create a working space on large display: 4K or greater, which some support to layout many windows easily.

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    Have you considered a tiling window manager such as awesome, i3 or xmonad?
    – Hermann
    Aug 1, 2019 at 11:25
  • Some non-tiling WMs also have features for window arrangement, which can be bound to a hotkey. I only need "tiling" (4way splitscreen) for terminal windows, I'm uncomfortable with it otherwise, so I never made the switch (from oldschool fluxbox) Aug 1, 2019 at 12:03


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