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Your Apple TV should then take over as a secondary display. The two displays may be “mirrored,” which means they’re showing the same screen.

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Here we share eleven tips for using Multiple Displays in OS X Mavericks including viewing the dock and menu on two displays and using your Apple TV to send a second Mac screen to your TV. You may be viewing an older version of this story cached by Google, click here to see the latest version of...

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Macs have supported multiple displays for ages, but only with Mavericks do all the workspace-ordering features of Mission Control, including Spaces and full-screen mode, truly take advantage of a second display. (And now any TV connected to an Apple TV can be an extra display, too.)

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First look of the Airplay Multiple Displays. It almost feels like magic. It lacks that extra smoothness.

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Multiple Displays on OS X 10.9 Mavericks is very different from Mountain Lion. Each screen can be used independently, and you can add to each one

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OS X Mavericks' multiple display support is leaps and bounds better than what's available in Mountain Lion, and it finally puts

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After updating my Macbook to Mavericks, the system is not longer discovering the Apple TV. What is the problem?

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With Apple TV, you can mirror the entire display of your Mac to your TV or use your TV as a separate display. To turn on AirPlay, follow these steps: Make sure that your TV is powered on. Choose in the menu bar*, then choose your Apple TV. If an AirPlay passcode appears on your TV screen, enter the...

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