A Beginner’s Guide to Mac Display Preferences

New Mac users may not have yet explored their display preferences. You can stick with the native resolution for your display or choose one that shows text and graphics larger or smaller. Which setting you use is a personal preference, and it is easy to switch between them when you need something different.

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    Bill Trussell
    2 years ago

    Users with late 2014 Mac Minis or Pros , as I discovered, can also press & hold the Option Key, click on the Scaled option and a small window opens to reveal every possible resolution that can be selected up to 5120x. This is very useful if you have the new LG 5K Thunderbolt 3 27″ or 34″ Monitor.

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