The Menu Bar on the top of your Mac’s screen is a really useful tool. It provides access to:

  • System Functions,
  • Shortcut to recently-used apps,
  • App menus, etc.

Well, apart from all the good things, it also takes a sufficient amount of screen on your screen. And if you have a small screen, you will definitely like to say no to the Menu bar.

Let me tell you one secret: You can automatically hide the Menu bar. There is a setting that displays the Menu Bar only when you hover your mouse to the upper part of your display.

Hiding Menu Bar on your Mac

  1. Tap on Apple icon at the top left corner. Select System Preferences.
  2. Now, click on General.
  3. Click on the checkbox along with Automatically Hide and Show the Menu Bar.
  4. Now, you will see that the Menu bar has disappeared from your screen. To access it anytime, just hover your mouse to the top of your Mac.
  5. You can also use your keyboard to show the Menu Bar. To access the Menu Bar through Keyboard, use Ctrl + F2.

So, this was our guide on automatically hiding your Menu Bar. After you have gone through this and followed all the given steps,

This will happen:

  • If you hover your mouse to the top of your Mac’s screen, Menu Bar will appear.
  • If you press Ctrl + F2, Menu Bar will appear.
  • It will disappear automatically once you are not performing any action on it.

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