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Be careful you don't accidentally drag them off of the menu bar because they will go "poof! You can use the Command-drag maneuver to reorder many third-party app icons on the menu bar, but I found I couldn't use it to remove them from the menu bar. Also, you can't drag to reorder the Spotlight and Notification Center icons; they remain next to one another in the right-hand corner.

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You have three options for how the Fast User Switching icon is displayed in the menu bar. When I installed Yosemite, the default was my full name. Since I don't change accounts all that often on my MacBook, I don't need to display the active user's name in the menu bar.

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To gain a bit more room in the menu bar, I opted for the more compact icon. The third option is account name. Then click on Login Options from the left panel and then make your pick from the pull-down menu to the right of the Show fast user switching menu as setting. And if you don't want to display this icon in the menu bar, just uncheck its box.

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    And if you use a stationary MacBook that's always plugged in, you can hide the battery icon by clicking on the icon, selecting Open Energy Saver Preferences , and unchecking the box for Show battery status in menu bar. You have a number of options for how the date and time are displayed on the menu bar. If you have a crowded menu bar, you can choose to display the time as analog, which displays only a tiny but working clock icon while hiding the date. As tempting as this is for my cluttered menu bar, I find the icon too small to be useful. And I like to show the date but not the day of the week.

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    I use the volume keys to adjust my MacBook's audio output, so I've banished the volume icon from the menu bar. To do so, open System Preferences , click Sound , and uncheck the box for Show volume in menu bar. Yosemite introduced Dark Mode , which removes the bright colors of the menu bar, sub-menus and the application dock, replacing them with black. Click here for a Dark Mode primer.

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