Editors Note: This tutorial was written and demonstrated for Mac OS X Lion 10.7
If you’re a Lion user and still don’t know what Launchpad is, then you’re really missing out on a lot. But then again, why would you be reading this tutorial then? Never mind. Anyways, Launchpad is a new feature that Apple brought to us in Mac OS X Lion that takes the iOS “springboard” idea and ports it to Mac. Basically, it shows you all the apps installed on your Mac in a nice interface. Keyword here is “all.” This isn’t necessarily a good thing, as it can really clutter up your Launchpad. Here’s a way to organize it.
A free application called “Launchpad Control” is all you need to do the trick. The app allows you to check off which apps you want displayed in Launchpad, and which ones you don’t. Just install it, and start checking. That’s it!
You can download Launchpad Control here.
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