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Super Sierra Shortcuts

Source: Use a Hot Corner as a superfast way to lock your Mac without logging out.

For ce Quit

The Force Quit key combo (c+Alt+oe) isn’t a panacea for whatever ails your Mac, but it’s the quickest way to see which apps are unresponsive; they’re clearly marked in the list this shortcut reveals, and there’s a button to force the selected apps to quit.

Force Quit can quickly tell you which apps have crashed.

Hide everything

You may know that c+h hides all of the active app’s, which differ between models.

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