Oliver Ansell: 0:09 - Mavericks, not Maverick. It's a place name, not an unorthodox or
noblsht: Does that require an additional graphics card? You need to be much more
Super Nova: poor thing :(
Burhan Diwan: This is not the only problem, mavericks in general is buggy as anything. I
got mavericks on late 2012 macbook pro and it is nothing but hell. It would
randomly shutdown my computer and now the OS is using the majority of the
ram and therefore I can't even do simple things like browse the Web without
having to be asked to force quit.
Keybraker: Both are bad i their unique way ...
itsjustme581: On the dual screen setup I have the new Mavericks way works well but I can
see what he is on about with the multiple screen wallpaper
naji kh: if you answerd me i will subscribe for you
kidactionnews: I personally think that the way that it used to work was much better. At
least, it was for me since I don't use full screen and I just stretch
applications across to all screens. Thats the way I like it, but you seem
to have a different case. I reccomend that you use the old settings.
johnny d: It's seems like apple always has some major flaw in their os, and the
moment they fix it they create another one
Adam Matthews: How the new Mac OSX 10.9 mavericks works with multiple screens
Brad Chasenore: Using Six Multiple Screens in Mac OSX Mavericks - Pros & Cons
Oliver Ansell: +DJDA
LamborghiniReven1000 is correct. When spoken (phonetically) it is
The X is a Roman numeral for 10. It is not pronounced as the letter X. This
is exceptionally basic you really should know this. No Apple employee has
ever publicly pronounced the X as the letter, let alone the great Steve
naji kh: how to connect the screens to the mac ??
joanofarc33: I had to reinstall SL. Maverick was so slow! It took forever to load any
given app. It took forever to reboot. Watching a video on Netflix was
glitchy. I just decided to get rid of it. If I buy a new computer
w/Mavericks at least I will have apple care to deal with any issues. I
don't have time to tinker with a new OS if the one I've been using is fine
and trouble free.
Richard Dale: Why on earth do you want or need six screens? other than to show them on
YouTube. You can't possibly work efficiently on six screens. For me
Mavericks fixes the main bug bear with a multi monitor set up. Not being
able to display a wall paper across six screens isn't really a fair
criticism IMO nor is not being able to stretch an app out of one screen. At
the end of the day how many people have six screens?
Nesti Gee: ok show us how to fix it not just talk about it!!! wow
light yagami: why does this guy need a laptop when he has like a 6 monitor setup
Monu Koshy: How have you mounted these screens? is there a stand? I am looking for
something like this to setup at my place as well.
Nick Goldston: thanks for the video, but how can I get it to go back to the mountain lion
version of the spaces if i'm running mavericks? I just want my other screen
to go black for gaming.
michael wheatley: get a tv a computer and a hdmi cable how hard is that people?
9to5Mac: One of OS X Mavericks’ premier features is the ability to use different
full-screen apps on different displays in a multi-monitor setup. The
enhancement over previous versions of OS X also allows the Mac Dock,
Mission Control, and Menu Bar functions to be accessed on each individual
YouTube user MrThaiBox123 filmed a video of the new functionality in a
setup with six monitors (via @DetroitBORG). The narrator discusses some of
the pros and cons of the new feature, and the video is worth a view for
anyone interested in the new capabilities.
Keep in mind that OS X 10.9 is currently in its first developer preview, so
any of the issues described in the video above could be rectified by the
fall release date.
In addition to the above feature, Mavericks also includes improved Finder
functionality, Maps and iBooks apps, and various performance improvements.
ryan cincinnato: great video! I have one question for you. Do you find the text on the
monitors blurry at all? I have a retina macbook pro and need more room so I
purchased a 27 inch hp monitor, but the text is blurry compared the the
macbook screen. I know it's retina and all but I seen the monitor in stores
and it was beautiful compared to when i plugged it into my macbook via
hdmi. any advice? seriously need help.
Mono Shyguy: Are you an accountant...I mean I don't see the point of all those screens.
skinnymg1: You guys cried to have one thing fixed and when they do fix it, you cry
about them changing something else. You would think that after all Apple
goes through to give you what you want, you could at least show some
gratitude. I personally like it the way it is now. I have no use for
spanning across monitors, the break up that happens is more annoying than
what you are bitching about. Not to mention the fact that they GAVE you
that OS, they charged you nothing for it, yet you still complain. I
understand why the hardware is so expensive now, with Apple trying to
please you anal retentive pricks.
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Jason Bray: This demo is a major fail for Apple, but that aside, check out this rig!
I'd make room for this setup if I had to.
EverythingApple: I don't mind the new feature cos I would get black lines in text when
reading and letters would be hidden
Matthew Briggs: Using Six Multiple Screens in Mac OSX Mavericks - Pros & Cons <-- this man
defines first world problems...
you will end up loathing him.
Christopher J. Crocker: Six screens is a bit overkill for my needs. I'm happy with my dual 27"
cinema displays. I could see how a third display would come in quite handy.
Using Six Multiple Screens in Mac OSX Mavericks - Pros & Cons
ohyouare sougly: Ok showing pros & cons! but why the freak on 4 screen ?
Elton Cavalcanti: What is this dell monitor?
Oneness100 .: If there are things about the new multiscreen support that you want, submit
feedback to Apple's Feedback site, they do read the submissions and they
actually do eventually use many suggestions people have, it's just
dependent on whether it's technologically possible, if it makes sense for
them to do it, etc. I've had pretty good success with the suggestions I've
made with Apple. So, it's worth a shot but it just make take them a little
while to do it if they do implement any of your suggestions.
Benjamin Wheeler: I'd like to see Minecraft on that!
Ulricke Horlstein: first world problems
Anduin Arilan: People who love this behavior clearly don't use 2+ screens. You can straw
man this and say "Noone needs 6 screens" all you want, but designers like
me used to gravitate towards OSX because of Expose+Spaces. Sure you will
never need to stretch an application across 2 screens, but Full Screen
disables my secondary and third screen at every turn making them unusable.
Even with Mavericks!!!?! This isn't Full Screen, its Full Screen & Lose the
Kadeem Booth: Dude. You can only use one computer at a time.. What are you doing that
needs an iPad, iPad mini, MacBook Air(s) and a pro?!
Xavier Serrano: for me it works i don't extend windows onto other screens and i only use
one background across all screens. i rather have that full screen
capabilities as i tend to watch movies and tv shows on my tv connected to
NoobGaming Andersen: se på Preben Aslaksen sin kanal
Laurent Richer: Hi there, Is there a Thunderbolt Card that can be connected to the Mac Pro
(year mid 2012)?
M.A.B. Beats: What year is your Mac Pro and which device are you using to get multiply
Matthew McKendrick: @ Dieter Rams
This guy also uses 3 Dell displays so its not quite as expensive as you
S Butler: I like the individual screen control with the new implementation. My work
only requires me to use one full screen for each individual and unique
application. For example, email on one full screen, web browser on
another, MS Excel on a 3rd would be how I'd use the multiple screens. I'm
considering multiples so your review is quite helpful, thanks!
Raynal Reyes: mavericks is garbage
Michael Gonzales: So what do you use to make that many screens I can only do one screen with
my one display port?
Adrian Bugnacki: Is that necessary
fred steward: how do you change the prefreences
Shane Dahl: Stop buying freaking apple they suck
Paulo Gaspar: PauloGaspar7: Oh man! In the end Apple OSX Maverick screws screen
management even further:
Rens Sterkens: first world problems...
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