Leaping from an app to Finder is not a tough activity, as you may often choose Finder from the Dock on the backside of the display or press Command + H to Cover the app completely. However hiding an app will not essentially take you straight to the desktop when you’ve got a number of apps open without delay, and viewing Finder on high of an app is not fairly the identical as being on the desktop itself — no direct Macintosh HD entry, for instance. Fortuitously, there is a trackpad gesture for that, too.
- Click on the Apple menu within the top-left nook and choose System Preferences (System Settings in macOS 13 and up).
- Scroll by way of the menu and choose Trackpad in the direction of the underside and just under Keyboard.
- Choose the Extra Gestures tab, then scroll down and discover Present Desktop (it needs to be on the backside of the menu).
- Flip the toggle subsequent to Present Desktop on.
With Present Desktop on, put your thumb and three fingers on the trackpad, then unfold them aside — retaining your thumb separate and your three fingers grouped. It will instantly transfer all apps out of the way in which and soar to the desktop. To return to the app you had been utilizing, carry out the identical gesture in reverse (i.e., together with your thumb and three fingers separated, “pinch” all of them collectively).