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Essential Tools & Tips for Working With Multiple Mac Monitors
Windows has great window management had to live up to the name, I guess , where everything is tight and snaps into place. Wait — actually, you can. Thanks to an awesome free app called BetterTouchTool. Just click and drag any window to the left or right edge to make it take up half the screen. Moreover, you can go to the corners to allot your window to the relevant quarter of the screen.
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Finally, dragging a window up to the menu bar expands the window on the current screen not to be confused with the fullscreen mode. But fear not, because alternatives exist and they are discussed below. As I said above, BetterTouchTool lets you map specific actions to trackpad, keyboard and mouse shortcuts.
And BetterTouchTool has an amazing library of window management actions.
You know where this is going. But thanks to some pre-configured shortcuts, I am able to do so.
Using similar keyboard shortcuts, I can fling the window to another monitor as well. To do so, you need a video cable for each display.
You might also need an adapter. After you connect the displays to your Mac, you can choose whether to use them as an extended desktop or for video mirroring. For each display, securely connect a video cable and adapter, if necessary from a video output port on your Mac to the video input port on the display. See About the video ports on Mac.
If your Mac has one or more Thunderbolt ports , you can connect up to two displays to those ports. If the displays also have Thunderbolt ports, you can connect one display to another, and then connect one of the displays to a Thunderbolt port on your Mac. Or you can connect each display to different Thunderbolt ports on your Mac.
Open the Display pane for me.