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Instantly Reset Your Mac's Dock to Default with a Terminal Command

Have you somehow managed to customize your Mac’s Dock to an unusable state? Or perhaps you’re just longing for instant access to all that Apple software? If so, Defaults-Write points out you can get your default Dock back easily. Read more...
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