This quick video (2 min) shows the steps for configuring our school computer lab computers for MinecraftEDU so they can readily connect to the 2 computers (1 Dell and 1 Apple/Mac) we use as MinecraftEDU servers.

This video is included on my MinecraftEDU resources page of my STEM curriculum site under “My MinecraftEDU Tutorial Videos.”

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One Response to MinecraftEDU student computer (client) configuration

  1. Melissa Smith says:

    A few other settings that I have learned that help with lagging and battery life are: Options – Video – Change Graphics from Fancy to Fast, Particles – Decrease, Render Distance – Normal, View Bobbing Off, and Clouds Off.

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