A Beginner’s Guide to the Mac Dock

The Dock is one of the primary elements of the macOS user interface. You can use it to launch apps. You can customize which apps appear in the Dock and in what order the appear. You can also play files and folders on the right side of the Dock. You've got several preferences you can set to change the Dock's appearance.

Comments: 2 Responses to “A Beginner’s Guide to the Mac Dock”

    Nancy Pietraszkiewicz
    2 years ago

    I found this very informative. I couldn’t figure how to add or subtract from the dock, now i know. thanks

    Robert Poland
    2 years ago

    On my Dock I created a folder named iWork And then placed aliases for Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
    I also have folders for the iLife and Microsoft families.
    This cleans up the Dock for me.

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