Apple’s latest OS X El Capitan first Beta was released to developers on 8th June 2015, while the public Beta version was made available on 9th July 2015. Normal users were eagerly waiting for the final public release, because as per the reviews the new OS X has many new features and improvement.
Apple has finally released its latest desktop OS X El Capitan on 30th September 2015 for public use. OS X El Capitan has been more focused on user experience and enhancing performance. There are numbers of new features and improvements such as: Find your cursor, improved Spotlight and enhanced Mail.
When it comes to user interface, OS X El Capitan has included a system wide font – San Francisco; Split View and Mission Control are also some of the features that make it a solid update. Inside the operating system, there are many petty improvements that make operations very easy.
Auto-Hide the menu bar is one of the enhancements included in OS X El Capitan. With this option, the menu bar does not show up, unless and until you roll over your cursor at the top of the screen. Below we have given a detailed step-by-step guide on how to auto-hide the menu bar in OS X El Capitan.
How to Auto-hide the Menu Bar in OS X El Capitan
Step #1. Go to System Preferences.
Step #2. Click on “General“.
Step #3. Check the option “Automatically hide and show the menu bar.”
Once you have done this, the menu bar will remain in hidden mode. Yes, it will show up once you move your cursor at top of the screen.