There is a feature called “Multiple Desktops” (or “Spaces”) built right into the Mac operating system that can help you keep all of your windows and applications organized and easily accessible while giving them a full screen to work within – and it’s just a swipe or keystroke away!

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13 Responses

  1. Don Scott

    Showing how to use the multiple desktops via the F3 key, etc. is fantastic. Thank you soooo much.
    Don

    • serena carroll

      Great lesson. Helpful and simple and very useful.

  2. John

    Is the little things you just don’t think about, this is an awesome little tutorial, thanks guys.

  3. Corinne Titcomb

    You have just made my life sooooo much easier – the F3 tip has been a life saver. Thank you. Keep up the good work guys.

  4. Gary Ward

    Thanks, have had my iMac for almost three years and never really figured out mission control and the help it could be! Thanks!

  5. Sylvia

    Really helpful. Thanks!

    Could you guys please do something short on the java applet for mac, especially uninstalling it or updating it. All I have is problems with it and cannot get the pref pane icon to go away. I’ve tried DetectX and Appcleaner and tried the commands in the terminal, but it won’t let me type in my password :(….totally frustrated

  6. Debbie

    Thank You! You Guys Rock! Keep Em’ Coming!!!!

    • Mark from PCClassesOnline

      You’re welcome, Debbie! Thank you for your comment.

  7. Nancy L

    Great little class! I have had an iMac for about 3 years and use Mission Control to find emails that get hidden behind others, etc. I am an attorney and often have to have documents side by side or review multiple documents. This will be very helpful. Thank you Mark!

    • Mark from PCClassesOnline

      Glad you enjoyed it, Nancy! I am a designer and this makes things SO much easier for me as well. Thanks for your comment!