First launch the Terminal app, located in the Utilities folder under Applications, or just hit Cmd + Space and type “Terminal“.

Type (copy & paste) the command below:

defaults delete; killall Dock

Then hit return.

Your Dock will now be new as the day it shipped. You are free to mess it up again 🙂

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