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With a Terminal command, you can add a two-finger scroll gesture to see which windows you have open for an app or folder in your Mac's Dock.
Do you like the chime your iPhone or iPad makes when you plug it in? You can add that same sound to your MacBook Air or Pro.
You can fix a Mac stuck in Expose without needing to force-restart your system.
The Dock can be moved and customized in several different ways.
If a program is using excessive CPU, you can pause it without quitting the program.
With a Terminal command, you can add spacers to the Mac OS X Dock, helping you group similar apps for a more organized look.
If you use the OS X Dashboard feature, there are several options to change the way it functions.
Even if solely for aesthetic purposes, the OS X Dock can be moved to the bottom or top corners of the display.
If clicking Finder sidebar items doesn't properly show their contents, then you may need to clear some settings files.
Apple provides a default Expose transition speed that is suitable for most people, but it can be altered if needed.