Default screen scaling (left) versus the maximum screen upscaling (right) - Image Credit Warenotice
Multitasking is a fundamental part of using computers. No matter what you do on your computer, its likely that at one point or another you’ve needed to have more windows on your Mac’s screen at once than it could handle. If this frustrating experience is a regular occurrence, you’re in luck: there’s a way to make your Mac’s screen act like it’s way larger than it really is, so you don’t have to go out and buy a bigger Mac or a secondary display.
To access this feature, which is essentially just scaling your Mac’s screen, your Mac needs to be equipped with a Retina Display. Otherwise, you can’t scale the screen up. If your Mac does have a Retina Display, complete the following steps to make your screen feel bigger:
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