Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024

If you have many windows or apps open and you need to copy or move items between them or to the desktop, Mission Control can make it easier.

  • Copy text or an image between windows: After you copy the item, enter Mission Control to show all open windows, click a window to go to it, then paste the item.
  • Copy a file or folder to the desktop: After you copy the item, press Command-Mission Control
    Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024
    to move all windows aside and show the desktop, then paste the item. Press the keys again to move the windows back.

Move a file or folder to the desktop: Start dragging the item from a window, press Command-Mission Control to move all windows aside and show the desktop, then drop the item. Press the keys again to move the windows back.

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It is quite annoying. While moving the mouse around in an application, the window will just fly into a side of the screen. I then have to move the mouse to the the edge of the screen where it wandered off to, and click on it to bring it back. I thought this was called "Spaces" so I made sure that was turned off in the Preferences area. I also saw something called "Expose". not sure what this is but there was know way to shut it off. Does anyone know how to stop my mouse from suddenly make application windows "fly" to the edge of the screen? Very annoying and counterproductive.

thanks kristen

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I'd guess you have hot corners setup.

It allows you to trigger certain events by putting the mouse in either of the 4 corners of the screen.

Go to System Preferences -> Desktop & Screen Saver -> Hot Corners...

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Thanks. It seems to have worked.

I didn't realize you could control a different thing from all each corner of the screen. Pretty cool. But still annoying for my purposes.

Stage Manager on macOS Ventura and later hides the on-screen app when you click outside its window. And with the introduction of desktop widgets in macOS Sonoma, when you click outside an app window (even if Stage Manager is turned off), all the apps on the screen hide away so that you can glance at your widgets.

I’m not fond of this feature, and since you’re on this post, I believe you’re in the same boat. So, here’s how to stop showing desktop items and widgets when you click on Mac’s wallpaper.

Note: As of writing this, macOS Sonoma is in the developer beta stage, and here’s how you can install it on your Mac.

Stop Mac apps from hiding when you click outside the app window

  1. Open System Settings on Mac running macOS Sonoma.
  2. Select Desktop & Dock.
  3. Click the drop-down menu next to “Click wallpaper to show desktop items” and select Only in Stage Manager.
  4. Now turn off Stage Manager.

Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024

You’ve set your Mac not to hide all open app windows to show desktop items when you click on the wallpaper. To test, click outside the System Settings window, and it won’t hide away or minimize into the Stage Manager sidebar.

On macOS Ventura

If you’re on macOS Ventura, simply turning off Stage Manager from System Settings or the Control Center will stop transforming the big open app window into a small minimized tile on the left side of the screen (right side if your Dock is positioned on the left).

Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024

How do I see my Mac widgets then?

Once you stop showing desktop items by clicking on the wallpaper, your widgets will most likely be hidden behind open app windows. So, how do you see them? Here are a few easy alternatives:

  1. Create another desktop Space and keep it empty with no apps. You can swipe left & right with four fingers on the trackpad to go to this desktop Space and see your added widgets.

Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024

  1. Set up Hot Corners on your Mac and choose one of the corners to show the Desktop. After this, when you bring the mouse pointer to that corner of the screen, it will automatically hide all open apps and show the desktop with your widgets and other items. Retaking the pointer to that same corner will bring back all open app windows on the screen. It’s very smooth, and I love it.

Windows goes away mac click mouse top of screen năm 2024

  1. Minimize the app(s) to see the desktop. You can do this by clicking the yellow button from the top left corner of an app window or by clicking Command + M. Related: The difference between Minimizing and Hiding apps on Mac
  1. Hide the active app window by clicking Command + H. You can open it again by clicking its app icon in the Dock or using the Command + tab keys. Related: How to quickly hide all apps except for the active one on Mac
  1. And finally, instead of adding widgets to your desktop, you can add them to Mac’s Notification Center and see them by clicking the date & time indicator from the top right corner of the screen.

When I click on Mac desktop, all windows disappear.?

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Why does my Mac mouse pointer keep disappearing?

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