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Add Virtual Desktops with Spaces on the Mac

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Learn how to add virtual desktops by creating spaces for your apps and windows with Mission Control on the Mac.

Did you know you could add a second or third display to your Mac virtually? This is done through Spaces in Mission Control. With Spaces, you can create multiple Desktops and then move applications and window to individual spaces! It’s like having virtual displays on your Mac! See how to add and work with Spaces with Mission Control in this video for the Mac.

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