10 More New Things To Try On Your Mac In macOS Monterey

After installing macOS Monterey, here are 10 more new features to check out. Use FaceTime links to add non-Apple friends, include two-factor codes with passwords, swap out Split View apps, customize the mouse pointer, and much more.

Comments: 4 Responses to “10 More New Things To Try On Your Mac In macOS Monterey”

    nick
    1 year ago

    Gary, any idea what mike is needed to have Wide Spectrum available? thx

    1 year ago

    nick: Probably any of the recent MacBooks or iMacs should have a Mic array for that. I'm not sure if there is an official list anywhere.

    nick
    1 year ago

    Reason I ask is because I have a Mac Mini...will do some research on it - thx

    Tom Sakaluk
    1 year ago

    Wonderful informative video Gary. I found your tips about iCloud, passwords and the pointer in Monterey especially interesting and useful. Thank you.

    Tom

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