Getting the Most From Hot Corners On Your Mac

Hot Corners allow you to assign functions to the four corners of your Mac's screen. Just move your mouse pointer to one of those corners to activate Mission Control, Notification Center, lock the screen and more.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Getting the Most From Hot Corners On Your Mac”

    Antanas
    1 week ago

    Hi Gary, great video. I set a hot corner (right down) to desktop. I find sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes it simply stays on the screen of the app. Do you have any idea what that could be the case?

    1 week ago

    Antanas: No idea. Have you tried another corner, just to test? Is it always one app in particular that seems to block this?

    Antanas
    1 week ago

    Hi Gary, yes, I tried different corners. Definitely, when in full screen mode the desktop hot corner doesn't work yes the launch pad hot corner does work. Befuddling!

    It could be a system bug as my laptop is old enough to only install monetary and not new Ventura.

    Todd
    1 week ago

    Great video Gary. I have the same issue as Antanas. When set to Notifications, sometimes the hot corner works, and sometimes it doesn't. I've tried different corners for Notifications, and the all do this. Must be a bug. I'm on a 27 inch i7 desktop (2017) running Ventura 13.2.

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