The Finder is a classic Mac System component, which is found over your desktop. These are just a click away to find and organize the media, documents, folders and Format flash drive mac. It is a smiling icon called the Happy Mac Logo over your Doc and these included the Finder Menu bar over the top of the screen. A number of hidden power are seen residing over each and every Finder Window. Here have enlisted the top ten Finder Tips and tricks to work efficiently with folders and files over your Mac machine.
1). Quickly Adjust Column Widths – It is too small to catch the names of your files, all you need to do is to double click over the bottom of the column divider and then the width would automatically expand in order to fit over the longest filename.
2). Set up a Default Folder for a New Finder Window – If you are seen working with files in any particular folder then it is worth setting up the default folder, which every new Finder window opens up automatically. You can choose the custom location from the drop-down menu at the new finder windows show.
3). Customize the Toolbar – You can add more action buttons over the Finder Window’s Toolbar with a right click over the Finder Window’s toolbar and then customizing the toolbar.
4). Add Shortcuts to the Toolbar – You can easily add convenient shortcuts with the top of the Finder Window to any app, folder or file you please by holding down the command key and then drag the item over the available space over the toolbar.
5). Merge All Open Finder Windows – If your desktop is carried over the multiple Finder windows then you have to collate them together like tabs over a single window. With the Finder window active, you have to simply click over the Window and then over the menu bar and then choose over the Merge All Windows.
6). Reveal the File or Folder Path
The simplest method is to right click over the folder name or icon seen over the title bar. There you can find a complete list in the dropdown menu giving you the chance to find out the one from the given list.
7). Show the Status Bar – In the Finder menu bar, you need to select the option View and then the Show Status Bar and then you would find the number of items found in the open folder and in the available storage space disk.
8). Reveal the Library Folder – The Apple has kept the Library folder hiding for preventing the less savvy users from fiddling over the contents and then causing the app or system issues. There are two ways of doing it. For getting the quick access over the Library folder from the Finder Menu bar, you need to click over the Go Menu and then hold the down option key the choose the library over the dropdown menu.
9). Search the Current Folder – In the menu bar, you need to click the Finder and then the Preferences followed by selecting the Advanced tab. In this dropdown menu, you can find the When performing a search there you can find out the current folder.
10). Enter a Full screen Slideshow in Quick Look – A majority of Mac users are very known to the spacebar activated Quick Look mode of the Finder that gives the best preview of the highlighted file(s). You can do so by choosing the Path bar from the Finder menu and make it constantly visible at the bottom.