MacMost Now 263: A Look At Spaces

Spaces creates virtual displays that you can switch between even though you only have one physical screen. You can place different windows and applications in different Spaces to extend the amount of desktop space you have to work.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost Now 263: A Look At Spaces”

    15 years ago

    Great Spaces tutorial. But there is one more thing: You can move a window to another space by dragging it to a screen border and holding the window there for 1-2 seconds.

      13 years ago

      Thank you so much for adding this comment, I have never taken the time to actually look into it, but it's a pain in my butt whenever I accidentally move a window into a different space, and can't figure out how to get it back.

    13 years ago

    when adding a monitor, is it possible to have the top row assigned to a specific monitor so one can drag objects from the lower up to the top monitor?

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