MacLife

Tame your apps

EXPLAINED Get to know your application station

A CHECK YOUR APPS

Open the Applications folder to see everything you’ve installed. Also, take a look at the Applications folder within your user folder, if it exists, in case you’ve installed any apps to your user account for your use only.

B VIEW BY DATE USED

You might have a number of apps installed that you never use. In Finder’s List view, Ctrl-click on a column header, enable the Date Last Opened column, and

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