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Automatically Show and Hide Dock Bar on MacBook Pro

By default, the dock bar always show on MacBook Pro. It consume a lot of space on screen. To make it automatically hide and show:

1. Right click the middle space between icon, go to dock preferences.

2. Check automatically hide and show the Dock

or
Click on the Apple icon on the top left screen to access Dock preferences
or really quick: Press <option><command><command>D keys at the same time to turn on/off the automatically hide and show the Dock

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