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LaunchPad CleanUp

    • Locate the Terminal and open

    • Type the following command, this will create a backup folder on your desktop for your launchpad app.

    • mkdir ~/Desktop/DB_Backup

    • Type the following command to copy the database. This will place it in the back folder that was created in the second step.

    • cp ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/*.db ~/Desktop/DB_Backup/

    • Type the next command, this will put the LaunchPad back to its original setup and will take all programs out of folders.

    • sqlite3 ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/*.db 'DELETE from apps;' \ ' DELETE from groups WHERE title<>""; DELETE from items WHERE rowid>2;' \ && killall Dock

    • However, it should be noted that the folders will not disappear. To get rid of them, simply load at least one app into Launchpad, then drag the app into & out of the folder. It will 'evaporate' when it's empty.

    • If you want to do a full reset of the LaunchPad, I will create another guide for those steps.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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this command gives a syntax error in High Sierra.

Wade Smith - Contestar

It says “no such table” when I copy the command in terminal, I’m using Mac OS high sierra 10.13.6

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It is a very simple method.<a href="https://technumus.com/how-to-remove-icon...>HOW TO REMOVE ICONS FROM DESKTOP MAC</a>

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