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How To Move Active Window Using Three Fingers In Mac

To Enable 'Move Active Window Using Three Finger' Follow these steps:

  • Open 'System Preferences' > Click  'Accessibility' .
  • Click 'Mouse and Trackpad' > Click 'Trackpad Options...' .
  • 'Enable dragging' > From the drop down menu select 'three finger drag'.
  • Then click  'OK' .

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