Chapter 5

Managing Apps on the Dock, Launchpad, and Desktop

In This Chapter

arrow Running apps from the Dock and Launchpad

arrow Switching between apps

arrow Opening documents and files

arrow Using aliases

arrow Organizing the Dock

arrow Working with Mission Control

arrow Shopping at the App Store

arrow Installing, updating, and uninstalling apps

After you power-on your Mac and have OS X up and running, you have to use apps (applications; or software or programs) to actually do anything with your Mac, such as write a report with a word processor, edit a video, play a video game, browse the web, or read and write e-mail. The number of apps you can load and run simultaneously is limited only by the amount of hard-drive space and memory ...

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