It may sound strange to some, but if you are working in application development and design or anything similar, screen rotation would be beneficial for you. Here we'll show you how to set the Mac screen rotation feature by 90, 180 or 270 degrees.
You can also rotate left, right or upside down with a few clicks.

Here's how to rotate the Mac screen :

Use the button on the Dock application bar or click the Apple icon> System Preferences from the menu bar. If the “System Preferences” window is already open, close and reopen it to start again. Then, follow these steps.

1) Hold down the Command + Option keys.

2) Click Displays in the System Preferences window.

3) Select a width and you will now see an additional option for rotation.

4) Click that drop-down menu and select 90, 180, or 270 degrees.




If your screen becomes black, it will only be for a while, then you will see the new screen orientation.

Keep in mind that it doesn't look quite different, as the mouse or trackpad works differently as well. This takes some getting used to because the cursor will move depending on the screen orientation.


When you are done or in the new view, go back to System Preferences> View and select "Standard" in the drop-down menu. Your Mac will return to normal.

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