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Version actuelle par : Sam Goldheart (détails du vote) ,

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The problem seems to go away if you decide to turn off “Displays have separate Spaces” from System Preferences —-> Mission Control. Of course, this means you don’t really have two separate split screens. However, it seems this is the reason why the WindowServer goes nuts in terms of CPU utilization. Seems like an OS-level issue, not really a hardware problem.

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The problem seems to go away if you decide to turn off “Displays have separate Spaces” from System Preferences —-> Mission Control. Of course, this means you don’t really have two separate split screens. However, it seems this is the reason why the WindowServer goes nuts in terms of CPU utilization. Seems like an OS-level issue, not really a hardware problem.

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Contribution d'origine par : Srinivas Murty ,

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The problem seems to go away if you decide to turn off “Displays have separate Spaces” from System Preferences —-> Mission Control. Of course, this means you don’t really have two separate split screens. However, it seems this is the reason why the WindowServer goes nuts in terms of CPU utilization. Seems like an OS-level issue, not really a hardware problem.

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