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the Ctrl+Super+Right/Left does not seem to have any function on Ubuntu 16.04 on the contrary to the answer about the Ubuntu 15 creating split view windows on Ubuntu How could I set up a shortcut Ctrl+Super+Right/Left to make a current window to fill right/left side of the screen? I have checked the system -> keyboard shortcuts and neither the Ctrl+Super+Right/Left nor "tile windows" shortcut is present there under any category.

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sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager and then open CompizConfig Settings Manager, search for Grid plug-in and change the bindings for Left Maximize and Right Maximize to Ctrl+Super+Right/Left accordingly.

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