As explained on the macOS Monterey features page, windows now automatically resize when they are moved from a Mac’s built-in display to a secondary display, including an external monitor, another Mac, or an iPad using Sidecar.
This feature should prove to be particularly useful when moving windows between a smaller MacBook display and a larger external monitor.
Another new window management feature in macOS Monterey is the option to display the menu bar at all times when an app is in full-screen mode, making it easy to view an app’s various menus and other glanceable information at any time.
macOS Monterey is available now in beta for developers, with a public release likely to occur at some point between September and November.
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