How to Use the Mac Dock to Manage Multiple Applications
If you want to install software on your Apple Mac computer but don't know what to select, then you need to get some guidance before getting started. To help you out, I'm going to provide some tips and a video at the end of this article, which will show you a simple way you can do just that. First, lets go over some important terminology. MAC is an abbreviation for Mac Computer. PC stands for Windows.
The reason why you would want to get a Mac Dock is to launch certain programs on your computer. So let's begin by reviewing the functionality of this simple windows utility designed to help you maximize the performance of your Mac. The easiest way to start using it is to launch the "Mac Dock" application from the "Navigation" pane of the" Dock pane of the System Preference Panel". When you launch this application from there, it will take you to your current location where you would like to place the Mac Dock. If you'd rather place it somewhere else, simply drag it to the location you want.
There are two ways to configure the Mac Dock. If you'd like to launch only specific apps, then make sure to click the "Appbar" icon at the left side of the screen. It's located just below your" Utilities" icon. From there, you'll want to select the apps you want to use from this list. To change the list of apps, simply click "permutations" next to each app name.