Utilizing Mac spaces are a fantastic way to reduce clutter on your desktop. This will not only give your Mac some much needed feng shui, but can also help your Mac to perform quicker.
If you are anything like me then you have probably let your files gather up so dense you can’t even remember the last time you saw you desktop wallpaper. If so you definitely need this feature to keep to make your life easier. Alternatively if you already a clever neat freak then you will love how Mac spaces can help organise your windows and make your Apple experience even more of a joy.
What are Mac Spaces? – Why are they so great….
Mac spaces allows you to group any application windows according to the way you work or use your computer. It enables you to easily switch between the windows in an instant. For example whenever you use your internet browser you can allocate it to open up in space one, your Mac mail in space two, calendar in space 3 etc. Preventing you for for ever pulling up the wrong window from the doc and getting all jumbled up.
Does OS X Mavericks have Mac Spaces Still?
Now there is good and bad news where Mac spaces are concerned… The bad news is since the OS X Mavericks update he term Spaces has disappeared as a separate section. Which can be rather confusing if you are use to the old versions. Now you have to organise your windows through Mission Control.
However on the bright side, once you understand how the new Mac spaces works it is actually better then Lions or Leopards version.