How to display only the applications that are running in OS X

How to display only the applications that are running in OS X

To run the application, I have long accustomed to use Spotlight , because the store a few dozen applications in the Dock do not want, and they have to run almost every day. But how to remove unnecessary programs from the “dock” and leave only those which you use at the moment? You can do this in using “Terminal» .

If you’re a fan of customization and minimalist, this council will obviously you useful. In fact, the desktop does not appear more space, but visually it seems that way.

In order to customize the Dock, click the “Terminal” by searching for Spotlight. Enter the text in the program, located below:

defaults write com.apple.dock static-only -bool TRUE; killall Dock

Press Enter, wait a few seconds while Dock restarts, and then close the terminal. Here’s how the panel will look at the application end:

How to display only the applications that are running in OS X

How to display only the applications that are running in OS X updated: July 27, 2015 author: Maria Sheen