Tag Archives: Finder
How to Use Tabbed Windows in...
Many apps in macOS have a tabbed window feature that allow them to open multiple windows in tabs (think of how you use tabbed windows in Safari). Tabs are available...

Magnifying glass over spotlight search window results How to View a File’s Pathname...
Spotlight is a handy macOS utility that allows you to quickly find documents, applications, files, and folders on your Mac. It can also serve up the latest weather forecast,...

Gallery View How to Use Gallery View in...
macOS Mojave introduced “Gallery View,” which is due to continue in the upcoming macOS Catalina (due this fall). Gallery View allows you to scroll through big previews of your...


How to Add a Smart Folder...
Smart folders and the Dock just seem to be made for each other. You can configure a smart folder to display just the files or folders that meet your...

Quick Tip: Adding Searchable Comments to...
A growing number of people are going paperless, which means that they’re trading piles of bills, statements, and other documents for virtual file cabinets that are stuffed with the...

Take Control of Who Can See,...
You can set permissions for items on macOS if you wish. Permission settings let you choose who can view and alter files on your Mac. You change permission settings...

macOS 101: How to Take Full...
The Mac’s Dock is the place where you can keep items you use frequently. You can add or remove items from the Dock, make it larger or smaller, or...


How to select multiple files in...
Ever needed to select more than one item in the macOS Finder? It’s easy. But first a brief reminder on the difference between the Mac Finder and the Mac...

How to Revert a drive from...
Apple’s new APFS (Apple File System) format is the default format for storage under macOS 10.14 Mojave, replacing the dependable and long-lived HFS+ format. However, there are still some instances...