Our wishes have been fulfilled. Finally there is a snazzy snappy machine out there that can actually handle a large amount of information on screen, without hindering its performance. Wow! It comes in the form of an Apple Mac!
If you are anything like me you tend leave a work trial behind and end up littering your screen with endless amounts of windows. Of course you can banish them to sit quietly down in your icon doc with the minimize command, but what if you want to see several of windows at once? They are all far too big to fit on one screen.. or are they….?
Did you know that it is crazy simple to resize a Mac window to your perfect dimension. This allows you to pull and drag your windows to the perfect size. This function is great if you are browsing the web at the same time as writing in your text pad, or like mentioned above, you have several windows you wish to browse through or compare simultaneously.
How to Resize your Mac Windows
1.) Look to the bottom right of your Mac window and you will see the triangle corner.
2.) Using your cursor, click and drag the corner to resize your window. You can do this to make it as big or as small as you like.
3.) When you are done resizing, simply let go and release the corner. The window will now stay this size (even if you minimize it for later use), until you resize it again.
4.) If you wish to move the window around your screen, just click anywhere on the windows personal toolbar and drag and drop it to its desired resting ground.