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Set which Applications Open at Login

Learn how set which applications open and if you want to hide them when you login to your Mac.

Did you know you could have your Mac open any of your applications (and documents) at login? You can even have your Mac hide them after it opens them. See the different ways to have your Mac open applications when you login, and how you can hide them after the open in this video for the Mac.


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