A Beginner’s Guide to Mission Control

Mission Control in macOS Sierra allows you to create multiple desktops with different windows on each. You can easily create these desktops and move between them with keyboard shortcuts. This allows you to go between apps and workspaces easily, saving you time and effort. You can also use full-screen apps as a desktop. This is handy for MacBook users in particular as screen space is limited.

Comments: 5 Responses to “A Beginner’s Guide to Mission Control”

    Andreas
    3 years ago

    Very well explained, thanks.

    I noted that over time one tends to forget the purpose of the desktops created, hence it would be useful if there was an option to RENAME the desktops, e.g. WORK , FOTO, etc.

    Kind regards
    Andreas

    Law Thim Fook
    3 years ago

    Thanks again, Gary. That was a very helpful tip.

    Brian
    2 years ago

    Very helpful – I’m going to try it out.

    Alston Ray
    2 years ago

    Very informative, Gary, as usual. Is there a way to “lock” these windows in a particular order ? I have noticed that my iMac shifts them around for no apparent reason.

    2 years ago

    Alston: There’s no lock, but you can turn off the automatic re-arrangement by going to System Preferences, Mission Control.

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