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How to Hide the Menu Bar in OS X

Oyetoke Tobi - Monday, July 04, 2016

Mac OS X El Capitan has a lot of hidden features you might not have used before on your Mac. One of these features is the ability to hide your Menu bar which is similar to the Windows OS features that lets you automatically hide the taskbar.

With this feature on OS X 10.11 El Capitan, it will lets you regain the strip of space at the edge of your screen that the menu bar typically occupies.

Well most apps support the full-screen views so you can take up your entire screen, but this is a very useful choice in order to give more space on your screen to multiple windows. 

So here's how to do just that

Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner.


Then select System Preferences.


Then click on General.


Then check the box next to "Automatically hide and show the menu bar."


Then the menu bar will be hidden automatically. So you can reveal it by moving your cursor to the top or bottom edge of the screen.


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