For some unexplainable reason, Apple decided to disable Dashboard by default in macOS Mojave, and it's nothing short of a travesty. Luckily, turning it on again is a simple matter. Follow these steps to restore Dashboard to its rightful glory.
For those unfamiliar with Dashboard, there's a collection of widgets that have been around since Mac OS X 1
We're not sure why, but Apple has left Dashboard to languish, and completely disabled it in MacOS Mojave. That's a pity, because we often want to do calculations quickly. It is not difficult to open the calculator, but it is not necessary to have a pocket calculator at the touch of a button.
The dashboard is great if the workflow of earlier MacOS versions depends on it. How to Get It Back Up] Activating the Dashboard on the macOS Mojave
Click the Apple logo at the top of the screen and choose System Preferences.
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With the system settings open, click "Mission Control."
You will see an entry for Dashboard about half way through the window On the drop-down menu, select either "As Space" or "As Overlay." To preserve the old Mac feel, we suggest choosing "As Overlay."
If you want to change how you access Dashboard, click the Show Dashboard menu at the bottom of the window and select the keyboard shortcut you want want to. F12 is the default.
That's all that goes with it. Now, when you call Dashboard through the method you choose, you'll be greeted by a few great widgets that are designed to serve you.