Hide the Dock and Menu Bar To Get More Screen Space

You can customize the Dock and Menu Bar to automatically hide unless you need them. This allows you to use every pixel of your screen for apps. You can also take most apps into full screen mode which will get rid of the menu bar and Dock for just that one app.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Hide the Dock and Menu Bar To Get More Screen Space”

    6 years ago

    As always, your presentation is short, to the point and helpful. Thank you

    6 years ago

    I have always been a Mac user, and since I began using my MacBook (as opposed to a 27" desktop Mac) I have placed the dock on the side. It seems like a more efficient way to use the limited real estate. Documents rarely need all the space on the side.

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