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Mac OS X El Capitan track pad features
Many of you Mac users today are now using Mac OS X El Capitan, or may be considering upgrading to it. The difficult part of getting a new operating system is learning how all the new features work. This article will help you discover a few of the new Mac OS X El Capitan track pad features. If you find these Mac OS X El Capitan track pad features useful, you may want to take a look some of our other shortcuts.
Press and hold green full screen button (Snap)
Press and hold the green full screen button located on the top left of any window. Continue holding the button until the shape changes. Once the shape changes the window is ready to be snapped. Drag the window to the top of the screen and it will drop to fill up the left half of the screen. Finally click on another program; it will fill up the right half of the screen. Both applications are now fully functional. After you are finished using this feature click on the full screen button again, and they will separate back to normal.
Swipe 2 fingers left on track pad (Delete email)
While looking through email you can swipe 2 fingers left on the track pad or mouse to quickly delete the current email.
Swipe 2 fingers right on track pad (Mark email read/unread)
While looking through email you can swipe 2 fingers right on the track pad or mouse to quickly mark the current email as unread. Swipe to the right again to mark it read again.
Wiggle mouse (Enlarge pointer)
Many times with the larger monitors and/or having multiple monitors, the cursor becomes hard to find. Simply wiggle the mouse back and forth quickly and the pointer will enlarge drastically.
We hoped you enjoyed these Mac OS X El Capitan track pad features, and even found some to be useful for yourself. Please visit us in the future and we are always putting out new ways to make your life easier when it comes to using your computer.