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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

zooming opposed to full screen video


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is zooming in on a video (control + scroll) easier on my macbook rather than watching at full screen?

it makes sense that they would be the same, but then again, you are magnifying it with the zooming method, and its hard to be sure how the two differ as far making my computer work hard.

in a sense, im trying to avoid hearing the fan when watching full movies, and i dont want to manually turn it down for the sake of my volume. but not only that, i would rather take it easier than harder on my macbook if there is a difference.
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