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Dealing with High-Resolution Mac Monitors

Use Quick Look to Preview Files
High resolution means a large amount of pixels per square inch, which makes the text and icons smaller and therefore less visible. Changing the resolution won’t help, as it leads to lower image quality. So how to deal with this problem? There can be several solutions.
1. When in Finder, use the Command+J key combination to make all icons larger.
2. When in Safari or Mail, use the Command+Plus key combination to enlarge the size of the text and images on web pages and in e-mails.
3. Use the Control key and the scroll wheel of your mouse or a touchpad for zooming in.

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