Mavericks Tip: How to allocate apps to always open on a specific display

So, with Mavericks, OS X takes full advantage of every display connected to your Mac. Every monitor is now a primary display with its own menu bar, and the Dock is available on whichever screen you’re working on. Essentially, each display is an individual ‘Space’, meaning apps open on whichever display they were opened on […]

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How to disable Mission Control and Spaces in OS X

Following on from my previous blog ‘Prevent OS X help windows from hogging your screen’, here’s another defaults write configuring tip, this time it’s all about disabling Mission Control. When disabling Mission Control, it also disables the Spaces feature – providing that you close all of your spaces prior to disabling Mission Control. To disable […]

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