Setup Multiple Displays on Mac Devices

Mac Devices

1. Connect second display to a power source.

2. Connect second display to an available port on your PC using a USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 or Mini DisplayPort cable (and adapter, if necessary) and verify that cables are connected properly.

3. On your Mac, choose Apple menu icon > System Preferences, click Displays, then click Arrangement.

4. Follow the onscreen instructions to set up your display as an extended desktop.

5. To change the position of a display, drag it to the desired position. A red border appears around the display as it's moved.

6. To set a different display as the primary display, drag the menu bar to the other display.

The Arrangement tab of Displays in System Preferences

If your Mac doesn’t detect a connected display

1. On your Mac, choose Apple menu icon > System Preferences, click Displays, then click Display.

2. Click the Detect Displays button. (You may need to press the Option key to see the Detect Displays button.)

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