The OS X Dashboard, now 10 years old, is an afterthought for most Mac users.
We’ve previously written about how to disable Dashboard in OS X Mavericks, although it required the use of a Terminal command.
Although Dashboard is disabled by default in Yosemite, Apple has elected to provide an easy to use System Preference option to enable and disable it — no need for Terminal commands here!
If you’ve just installed Yosemite and want to enable Dashboard, head to System Preferences Mission Control.
If you’re a longtime Mac user who still uses and loves Dashboard, here’s how to enable it in OS X Yosemite.Here, you’ll see a new drop-down menu labeled Dashboard. Off, as you may guess, completely disables the feature, while the other two options provide different ways of viewing the Dashboard.As Space displays Dashboard in its own special Mission Control space, to the left of your primary desktop.Lifehack is about helping you improve your life through efficient and comprehensive learning.By leveraging the vast amount of knowledge available to us, we explore and present a wide variety of content catered to encouraging individual growth and solving problems.