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It’s certainly not practical to travel with an external monitor, but Duet Display offers the best way to turn your iPad into an incredibly slim and portable second monitor for your Apple laptop of choice. Duet Display is the best because it’s easy to use, convenient, and reliable.
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One of the new features of Google Drive on the Mac (see our review of Google Docs) is that selective sync now works on sub-folders beneath the root directory. Previously, you had to show or hide the entire folder from the root level. With the most recent update, you can deselect sub-folders so they don’t sync locally (to save space).
WWDC happened this week, and Apple announced some major changes to all of the current operating systems. That includes watchOS, iOS, tvOS, and the newly named macOS (bye bye OS X). Dan Moren, of Six Colors, wrote a quick summary of the highlights that were announced, and adds some commentary on how these new features will improve the computing experience overall. It’s a great place to start if you weren’t able to follow along with the live stream during the keynote.
Our friends over at MacStories were also busy this week uncovering and explaining all of the new announcements from WWDC. It’s always overwhelming to follow along with all the announcements as they’re taking place, and it always helps to place the context by reading through several thoughful pieces that explain what these features mean for the average or power users. Make some good coffee, find a good seat, and soak in all the news from the week.
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