Enter your email address below: Posted by: MacGeeky says: February 8, at 4: February 16, at 7: Phil says: June 26, at 6: OSX Helper says: October 13, at 7: Eric says: October 3, at 3: Justin G says: November 28, at 6: Jamie says: December 12, at 5: Hannes says: February 28, at You need to adjust the Dock settings of applications to lock them in the Dock, but other items, such as files or folders, will remain locked in the Dock by default until you remove them.
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Drag a file or folder into the Dock. The file or folder stays there until you remove it.
For example, you could drag a "To-do" TextEdit document into the Dock, and then click its icon whenever you want to review the tasks you need to do. Click "File" from the Finder menu, and then click "New Finder Window" when you want to lock an application in the Dock.
Click "Go" from the Finder menu, and then click "Applications" to open your Mac's Applications folder. Double-click the name of an application to launch it.
How can I make it go back to always being there? To conserve screen clutter, the Mac OS X Dock — the taskbarlike strip of program and folder shortcuts typically found along the bottom edge of the screen — can be set to hide from view when not in use.
If you pass the mouse cursor along the area where the Dock normally lives, it reappears just long enough for you to click the program or icon you were looking for and disappears again when you move the mouse away.