Mac OS X Lion and Mac OS X Mountain Lion are some of the latest versions for Apple's line of computers and laptops. One of the innovations in these OS updates is Launchpad, an application management system similar to that of the iPhone and iPad. This article will walk you through how to create folders in Launchpad under OS X Lion and OS X Mountain Lion in detail.
Step 1. Click the Launchpad icon in your dock to launch the Launchpad interface
Step 2. Click on the application icon and drag it to the icon of another application to instantly create a folder with an automatically assigned name
You can rename a folder by opening it, double-clicking on its name and entering a new folder name
- Switch between application pages in Launchpad by clicking and dragging left or right on the desktop, or simply swipe left or right on the trackpad with two fingers.
- You can launch Launchpad using a shortcut or by configuring the launch using hot corners in System Preferences.