This simple Mac app lets you black out or dim the menu bar should you find it a source of distraction.
Users can hide and unhide purchases made in the Mac App Store. Here's how to find where those hidden apps have gone.
In the past, you could pull off this maneuver right on your phone. Now, it requires a trip to iTunes. Find out where in iTunes you need to go to hide and unhide apps from your purchased list.
If you use the Purchased list on your iDevice to reinstall previously purchased-but-deleted apps, you can trim the list by hiding apps. (And don't worry, there is a way to unhide hidden apps.)
Web addresses can be bloated with incomprehensible text, and a demo shows Apple likely will tuck most of an address away in the next Safari. Expect pushback: URLs can be useful, too.
Those who want their browser to show Web sites' full addresses should be happy that Google put work on its "origin chip" on the back burner.
While interviewing Bill Gates, Jimmy Fallon suddenly realizes that perhaps it isn't a great idea to have his Mac visible on his desk.
With the latest software update for the Apple TV, you can now hide icons directly from the main screen.
Hidden photos remain in your iPhoto library; they are just hidden from view for times when a viewer of your photos doesn't necessarily need to see them all.
If you're looking for ways to focus better on your work, taking advantage of Apple's application-hiding features may help.