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Mac OS Display Settings

Set an extended display in Mac OS 13

📌A:① Click the  button to open the start menu➜click 【System Settings】➜click【Displays】

② Click【Use as】➜ choose【Stop Mirroring】inside the menu.

③ The alignment of the display icons will decide the direction of the cursor, so please arrange them according to the actual position of the external monitor. Click the 【Arrange】 button and drag the icon of the external monitor to the desired position.

Set a vertical display in Mac OS 13

📌A:① Click the  button to open the start menu➜click 【System Settings】➜click【Displays】

② After clicking the icon of the external monitor, click 【Rotation】, select 【90°】 in the menu, and then select 【Confirm】 for the new display setting, and the display screen will be changed to vertical display.
(Note: If the display is upside down after setting to [90°], please select [270°] instead.)

Set multipal displays in Mac OS 13

📌A:Many Macbook models support connecting multiple external monitors. After connecting the monitors to the Macbook, please follow the steps below to arrange multipal displays.

① Click the  button to open the start menu➜click 【System Settings】➜click【Displays】. The icons of the connected monitors shall be shown on the page.

② After clicking 【Arrange】button, drag the monitor icon to the desired position on the arrangement page, and click 【Done】 to confirm.