Master Mission Control
Work more efficiently with multiple desktops in macOS Sierra REQUIRES macOS Sierra (some features work in older versions) you will learn How Mission Control can help organize your apps and your desktop IT WILL TAKE 15 minutes
Mission Control has been a feature of macOS since 2011, though its roots go back to Exposé, which made its debut all the way back in 2003 with OS X 10.3 Panther. As the name implies, Mission Control acts as the control center from which you run your Mac. In reality, you could use your Mac for years without ever relying upon it, but it’s handy when you need to find that one crucial window you’ve lost, or you simply need to get a handle on which apps you have running, because it provides an instant overview.
Mission Control has been refined over the years, with the biggest change in recent versions being that it spreads out all the windows that are open, rather than grouping them in stacks labeled with the corresponding app icon. Additionally, the row of thumbnails of virtual desktops, or spaces, now only appears when you move the pointer to the top of the screen.
Here you’ll learn how to use Mission Control in macOS Sierra to manage your apps and desktop spaces, and how you can customize it in System Preferences.