Sweep all windows into another Spaces screen

Nov 1, 2009 - 2 Comments

mac os x spaces You can sweep all of your open apps and windows into a group via Spaces by entering Spaces and hitting various arrow keys in addition to the command key, such as Command-Right Arrow, which will pull all of your windows and apps from the active Spaces screen to the one next to it, if you keep hitting Command-Right Arrow, you will keep passing the windows from Spaces to Spaces and accumulating all other windows as you go. Handy if you have a ton of windows open and you want to clear Spaces up a bit!

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Posted by: William Pearson in Mac OS X, Tips & Tricks

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  1. TheSkeptic says:

    This is an excellent hint – probably the best one that you have published yet (at least for my workflow).

    Now.. why doesn’t Apple put this in the Help file?

  2. hypnopixel says:

    what?! Jebuz! People futz with window management way too much! Crikeys!

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