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Mac tutorial, this tutorial will teach you how to screen share on Mac.
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Hey guys, what’s up? Tex up here with another tutorial. Now on this tutorial I'm going to show you how to use remote screen sharing on your Mac. Now I'm also going to be displaying my Macbook pro. But as you can see, go to your System Preferences and you go into Sharing. You have this option to use screen sharing. Now you can have your server here which is right here. Or you can browse Gerardo Hernandez iMac, that’s my name. It’s really simple guys. You don’t really have to copy and paste anything all you have to do is browse, unless you're connected to another computer. Basically, all you have to do is open up Finder. Now when you're here in finder, if you're not with a shared computer, go up here where it says go and Connect to Server. Now here is where you enter the server address or just click browse. I'm going to check my Mac pro. And it is connecting, but now we can share screen. And this comes up and here we go. Now as you can see on my laptop. As you can see this is the remote and here should be my laptop. As you can see as I move this we open up Safari. Opens it up on my laptop. Now you have different preferences. You have how it’s scaled and quality and stuff. But if you're connecting from a Mac pro and iMac. The resolution of the iMac is very high and the quality will be kind of sketchy. But I will show you that of my Macbook pro. So basically on the Macbook pro’s the same thing, go to finder. Go or command K. link to server. And then choose a browse and I'm going to choose my iMac and choose screen. Here we go. Now I have two displays as you can see. You can go here, let’s display the toolbar. And you can choose display one or display two. In my second display is a 22 inch monitor. That’s why it has this monitor resolution. But here goes my iMac, as you can see the resolution is very high. But now I can control my iMac from my Macbook something like now. It comes up and it works perfectly on my desktop and everything. Well, that’s basically it guys. I hope this help you a lot. You can also share files. On the settings it says, make sure that file sharing is on. But now you can share your both computers desktop. Your laptop and your desktop. So yeah guys, thank you all for watching. And I’ll see you in my next video. Hope this help so much. Peace.