Mac: Virtual desktops have been a staple of OS X for a while, and they make it easy to cut down on window clutter by giving an application a whole desktop to itself. How-To Geek reminds us that you can set a default desktop per app, which makes the process of using them a heck of a lot easier. Just right-click on any app in your dock, then hover over Options. Here, you can assign the app to any desktop you want. If you're not seeing any additional desktops, you might need to open up Mission Control and create a new desktop first. If you use multiple desktops a lot, this is an old trick, but if you don't it's an easy one to miss.
Set Mac Apps To Automatically Open On Different Desktops To Reduce Clutter
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