In macOS Mojave, you can access your most recently-used apps via a new section nested between the app icons on the left side and the rightmost section that shows the Trash icon along with files and folders you’ve manually dragged there. Here’s how to turn off this new feature in order to reduce clutter on the desktop and make your Dock roomier.
How about an innovative dock with an impossibly small footprint that lets you pick up and use your docked iPhone to respond to a message, check your email and more while it continues to charge? Enter CordDock, the latest product from accessory maker Elevation Lab.
Your Apple Watch dock puts your favorite and most used apps at the ready. You can easily select which apps you’d like to see in your Dock, remove individual apps from it or adjust how your items are arranged in the Dock.
Did you know you can set your Dock to automatically hide when not in use? This is a great way to regain a little bit of screen real estate on your Mac. In this post, we will show you how to automatically hide and show the Dock, and we’ll even share a pro tip to make the hide/show animation faster.