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WHAT IS DOCK EXPOSE IN MAC OS X 10.6?

Dock Exposé: The all new feature in Snow Leopard

Apple has introduced Dock Exposé in Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard, its a quick and intuitive way of viewing all of the windows for an application. To activate this, you need to click and hold an active application icon on the Dock; Dock Exposé shows you a thumbnail of every open window for that specific application.
This will show you all the windows in that application, regardless of which Space is it, opened or minimized in. In order to open this, just click the Window tile (or hit return after selecting the window) you would like to work on and it will instantly bring it to foreground.
To see Dock Exposé live, view this video.
Dock Exposé screen is divided with a line, bigger windows are on the top and the smaller ones displayed below. The bigger ones are the window which are open and the later ones are the minimized window. If there is no minimized window, the line would not appear there.

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