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How to use Picture-in-Picture anywhere on your Mac

Picture-in-Picture doesn't have to be relegated to one of the four corners of your Mac screen. You can move it anywhere you like! If you've been using Picture-in-Picture on your Mac, you've probably noticed that it defaults into one of the corners of your screen. When you want to get it out of the way in one corner, it will automatically float into another corner. It doesn't have to stay in the corner, though.
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