Mac Tip: Drag entire apps through Spaces
One of the several enhancements of Mac’s OS X Leopard over its predecessor, Tiger, is the feature of Spaces — a number of virtual desktops that can stretch from two to over thirty.
When you enter the Spaces viewer to move application windows from Space to Space, generally, we’ll drag and redrag all the individual windows from that application until they’re all in the place we want. However, there’s a quicker way.
The answer is holding Shift. Hold this, and drag one window from the app you are moving, and there you go. All windows from that application are there in their new Space with much less effort.
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