Customizing Your Dock’s Appearance

There are many settings on a Mac that determine how the Dock appears. You can change the size, hide it when not needed, and even move it to the left or right sides of the screen. You can change these settings in System Preferences, or by Control+clicking on the divider line in the Dock.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Customizing Your Dock’s Appearance”

    Bob Poland
    1 year ago

    I use cDock.app to make the app dots more visible and I select to make the dock black so the icons don’t fade away with the different screens.

    David
    1 year ago

    You can also use settings to enable or disable reflection of the background of the dock and menu bar. You can also make them basic dark grey or light grey.

    Will Piper
    1 year ago

    Is it possible to rearrange the order of the icons in the Dock? The ones I use the most are on the left and I would like to move them more to the center. Thanks.

    1 year ago

    Will: Sure. Just drag them.

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