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Add a Recently Closed Apps and Documents Stack to Your Mac's Dock

A recent items list is a great way to quickly access applications, documents, servers, and whatever else you tend to frequently need. macOS includes an option to search for this stuff in the menu bar, but How-To Geek points out a way to add a special icon to your Dock. Read more...
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