Got my first macbook today. A 14 inch M1Pro. Tips?

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  • Proxyman

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    That's a pretty common scenario for me, as I may have 1 Xcode window, 2 Sublime Text windows and a browser window for working on rcmd, then another set of Xcode and Sublime Text windows plus some Hopper windows for working on 🌕 Lunar, then maybe Xcode, Sublime and Proxyman for working on Volum and so on.

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  • Rectangle

    Move and resize windows on macOS with keyboard shortcuts and snap areas

    Get the app Rectangle. It's a window management app similar to how stock Windows does it. Drag to left/right side for having two windows side by side. Drag to top of screen for fullscreen. Also can be done with shortcuts too. Also enable launch at start up so you don't have to do it every time you restart your laptop.

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