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Learn how to keep your folders on top of all your files on the Mac.

In this lesson for the Mac, I show you how you can easily show the Desktop by using Hot Corners to move all your windows out of the way. This is a feature I use on a daily basis, as I usually have many windows and apps open on my Mac, which end up covering my files and folders I have on my Desktop. With Hot Corners, I just move my cursor to the lower left corner of my display, and all my windows are moved out of the way so I can interact with my files and folders on the Desktop. See how to quickly move your open windows and apps so you can get at your Desktop, by using Hot Corners on the Mac.

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