Turn a messy Desktop into a neat one with a single click! Stack your documents into groups by type, by age, and more. Super power-feature.
Save Time by using the Mac’s “Go” Menu
Save time by accessing frequrently-used folders via the Finder's "Go" menu. Learn the keyboard shortcuts and how to reveal the user Library.
The Finder has preferences too
Adjust the Mac's Finder Preferences so it acts the way you want. Show the hard drive icon on the desktop. Show filename extensions. And more!
Clean up your Mac’s Desktop in a hurry
Here's a great Finder feature: "new folder from selection." Try it once and you'll do it all the time. Easier than dragging items to folders.
Collapse a bunch of folders at once
Quickly collapse all of the folders in a given window, with two keystrokes! Save time and impress your friends. Super easy and fast.
Move Mac files and folders to the Trash, from the keyboard
Delete an item from the keyboard! You'd think you'd use the Delete key, but you'd only be half right. The other half involves the Command key.
Get dimensions of images via Get Info
There's more than one way to do this, but Get Info does reveal the size of an image, in pixels. Rather handy. Try it!
Command-click a window’s title to show the document’s location
Here's how to know the location of an open document, all with a simple click. Actually, all with a simple Command-click. It's a great feature.
Undo accidental “Move to Trash” on a Mac
Here's how you put a trashed file back where it came from, on a Mac.
Essential Mac Keyboard Shortcuts: Command-1, -2, -3, and -4
Switch between the Finder's icon and list views with simple keyboard shortcuts. What could be easier than Command-1 and Command-2?