How to Disable the Menu Bar on Second Display Screen on a Mac


If you use a Mac for video you might of noticed that every time Apple does an update to the system you get the menu bar on the top of your second screen.  While this is not a big deal much of the time if you are sending content to a LED wall or screen it can be a big deal.  Today I will talk about how to disable it.  It is easy.


  • Go to System Preferences
  • Click on Mission Control
  • Uncheck the check box “Displays have separate Spaces
  • Logout of user and back in and it will be gone

It’s as simple as that.

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