Launchpad brings an iOS style interface to your Mac, however it additionally brings application symbol mess to your Mac. Each application you have introduced on the PC will have a symbol in Launchpad, including those applications you never use. In the event that you normally use Launchpad, at that point you have most likely spent quite a while rearranging the applications much as you did on your iPhone or iPad. Connecting to iTunes makes this simpler, since you can simply move applications utilizing the iTunes interface. There is anything but a great method to do this on the Mac.
I have a tip for you that incorporates includes overwhelming all the symbols with one single Terminal order and afterward including back just the ones you need by hauling them from the Applications envelope in Finder to your Launchpad symbol in the Dock.
To begin, open the Terminal application and enter the accompanying order by duplicating it and afterward sticking it into Terminal:
sqlite3 ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/*.db “DELETE from apps; DELETE from groups WHERE title<>”; DELETE from items WHERE rowid>2;”; Killall Dock
Presently, the entirety of your Launchpad symbols will be no more. On the off chance that this oddities you out and you need them all back, you can do as such by entering the accompanying Terminal order:
rm ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/*.db; killall Dock
That inverts the activity and puts them OK back to their default areas.
The subsequent stage is to include back the symbols you need. Open the Applications envelope and afterward select all the applications you do need back in Launchpad.
In the event that you need certain applications in an organizer, at that point do this progression in parts. To start with, select the applications you need to have assembled into one organizer in Launchpad by doing a Command + Click on each application symbol in the Applications envelope you need in your Launchpad envelope. At that point drag those onto the Launchpad symbol in the Dock. To make the envelope in Launchpad drag one symbol onto another, which makes an organizer. Continue hauling different symbols onto the envelope to bunch them all into one organizer. Presently rehash this progression to make another organizer of symbols. Continue doing it till you have all the applications you need in envelopes. The last gathering of symbols hauled onto the Launchpad Dock symbol will be those you don't need in envelopes.
You currently have a pleasantly assembled assortment of symbols in Launchpad, making it cleaner and simpler to locate your most loved applications. Presently, if no one but you could dispatch Launchpad and use it as the default OS X interface.