How To Switch Between Mac Apps, Desktops, Windows, and Tabs

When multitasking on your Mac you often need to switch between apps, open windows and tabs in the current app, and spaces containing desktops and full-screen apps. There are many ways to switch between all of these things using the mouse or trackpad and keyboard shortcuts.

Comments: 2 Responses to “How To Switch Between Mac Apps, Desktops, Windows, and Tabs”

    Mick
    2 weeks ago

    Thanks Gary. This was massively useful. I’ve watched it over and over. Why dd I not take time to learn these functions a long time ago???
    Regards
    Mick

    Ellen
    1 week ago

    When my desk top has open windows open that I am using, I have an app called windowmizer. I double click top of a window or use command M and the window scrolls up. Do same to unscroll. It is very easy and I use it all the time. When Apple came out in the 80s it was part of the system. I don’t know why they stopped using it. It works with post it notes still but that’s it.

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