How to Auto-Hide the Menu Bar on a MacBook Pro


The menu-bar is one of the most important areas of the MacBook Pro. It holds all the necessary applications that one needs to operate the PC. And that is why most people like to personalize it with the content that they use the most. However, there are more ways to personalize the menu bar than simply adding your most used applications.

One of these features is that the menu bar can be set to auto-hide itself. This means when the mouse cursor is taken towards the bottom of the homescreen, the menu bar will pop up, and otherwise it will remain hidden. This is a very handy feature for those who want to add that extra bit of space to their homescreen and also not allow the menu bar to be the cause of a distraction.
If you are wondering how to do this, follow the steps below the auto-hide the menu bar in a MacBook Pro:

Step 1
The first thing you need to do is open the ‘System Preferences’ tab which can be found at the bottom menu.

Step 2
In the dialog box which opens find the tab titled ‘Dock’ and click on it.

Step 3
You will see an option titled ‘Automatically hide and show the Dock’. Tick the box next to it.

Step 4
Go back to the ‘System Preferences’ tray and click on the tab titled ‘General’.

Step 5
Tick the option titled ‘Automatically hide and show the menu bar’.

As soon as tick this option the menu bar should have hidden itself and can now only be viewed if the cursor if taken over it. If you want to reverse this process simply go back and un-tick the option ‘Automatically hide and show the menu bar’ and it should be done. Enjoy this handy feature on your MacBook pro.
 
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