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To me, “Dock” is one of the most user-friendly features along with “Drag and Drop” that have arrived in iOS 11 for iPad. The Dock allows you to switch between apps and carry out multitasking with optimum ease. By default, it shows three most recent apps you have used. But what if you want it to show only the apps you have added to it? Turns out, there is a way you can prevent Dock from showing most recently used apps in iOS 11 on iPad.

It becomes a lot easier to find the apps which you frequently use if the Dock pops them up. Personally, I really like this functionality as I don't have to spend time in looking for the apps that I often use. But at times I want it to show the apps I have added to it. For instance, I don't use Notes app quite often, but I want it to remain there in the Dock so that I can instantly get on with the note-taking task when needed. That's when the option to disable Show Recents come handy!

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How to Stop Dock from Showing Up Most Recently Used Apps in iOS 11 on iPad

How to Prevent Dock from Showing Up Most Recently Used Apps in iOS 11 on iPad

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPad.

Tap on Settings in iOS 11 on iPad Pro

Step #2. Tap on General → Tap on Multitasking.

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Tap on Settings Then Multitasking in iPad Pro

Step #3. Finally, turn off the switch next to Show Recents.

Stop Dock from Showing Up Most Recently Used Apps in iOS 11 on iPad Pro

How to Enable Show Recents in Dock in iOS 11 on iPad

Later, if you want the Dock to show the recently used apps, you can easily get back to the normalcy.

Step #1. Open Settings app.

Tap on Settings in iOS 11 on iPad Pro

Step #2. Go to General → Tap on Multitasking.

Tap on Settings Then Multitasking in iPad Pro

Step #3. Now, turn on the switch next to Show Recents.

Show Recently Used Apps in iOS 11 on iPad Pro

Wrapping up

iOS 11 is said to be a monumental leap for iPad. And rightly so; given the power-packed features, it has got. Which is your favorite feature that has specifically arrived for iPad in the latest iOS version? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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