Launchpad offers a convenient way to delete apps that were downloaded from the App Store.
Deleting an app doesn't cancel any subscription you may have purchased with that app. Learn how to cancel subscriptions for apps that were downloaded from the App Store.
In the View menu at the top of your screen, choose Hide Toolbar or Show Toolbar. Add, remove, or rearrange toolbar buttons Choose View Customize Toolbar (from the View menu at the top of your screen, not from the View button in the toolbar).
To use an app again after deleting it, either reinstall it or restore it from a backup.
Learn how to delete apps on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Learn what to do if the Dock contains an icon with a question mark.
The tug of war between Mac OS and Windows seems to be never-ending. But I can sense that the former has garnered more attention from users. Slowly and gradually, people are moving to Mac OS from Windows.
Though they have to face some teething troubles during the first few weeks, they get along well with the interface and other functionalities. What works for Mac OS is that once a user uses it for six months or a year, he would never come back to Windows or any other operating system.
I had experienced this feeling of awesomeness when I switched from Android to iOS. But all said and done, the desktop of Windows PC has always ruled the roost. Some of the desktop functionalities can’t be found in Mac OS, and this could be the possible reason why Windows fans stick to their ‘beloved’ operating system.
If one thing I have to appreciate about Windows is its ability to create shortcuts for applications. Users who have recently moved from Windows computer to a Mac, you must have faced this issue of placing icon shortcuts of your favorite apps.
But the good news is that Mac users can also place shortcut icons of apps they use regularly. Want to know how? Read on…
First off, launch a Finder window on your Mac.
Click on Applications from the left side navigation.
Now select the app you want to create a shortcut for.
Drag the app and drop it on the desktop.
Hurray!! The shortcut icon is now created. You can follow this action to create shortcut icons for other apps as well.
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.