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comment iTunes Backup - iOS & Settings only - No Apps
Very detailed answer. Thanks!
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Aug
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comment How to disable Macbook Pro internal display when using external monitors
I have seen this in other posts but really did not want to have to reboot the computer each time when switching between external display and internal only display. Perhaps I am wrong, but shouldn't there be a way to disable the internal display completely when an external monitor is attached?
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comment How to disable Macbook Pro internal display when using external monitors
How does one disable the internal display when the lid is closed?
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comment How to disable Macbook Pro internal display when using external monitors
Perhaps your right about the DisplayLink software. I may have to save for a Macbook Pro with Multiple Thunderbird and/or HDMI ports.
Jul
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comment How to disable Macbook Pro internal display when using external monitors
Just to clarify .. I do have the lid of the Macbook Pro closed.
Jul
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comment How to disable Macbook Pro internal display when using external monitors
No I haven't. Also, the display does "appear" to be sleeping as the backlit Apple logo is turned off on the back of the lid.