image description
image description
Tags (178):
3D Maps 3D Printer 3D Touch 5D-Discs Altwork Android Apollo App Store Apple Apple Car Apple Company Apple Music Apple Pay Apple Store Apple Support Apple TV Apple Watch Apple Watch 2 Apple WWDC 2016 Apps Asia Audio Battery Beats Best Shots Bugs Business Camera CarPlay Cases Celebrities Charging Cheap Smartphone Court Deals deca-core Dev Center Discounts DJ gloves Education Elegant Encryption Error 1970 Error 53 Experiments Facebook Fashion FBI Flickr FORCEemotion Foxconn Free stuff Freedom 251 Fun Gadgets Games Gear 360 Gift Cards Giveaway Goldgenie Google GoPro Graphics Guide Hackers Headphones Hermès History iCloud iFunBox iMac India Instagram Intel Internet of things Interview iOS iOS 9 iOS 9.2 ios 9.3 iPad iPad Air 3 iPad Pro iPhone iPhone 5E iPhone 5S iPhone 5SE iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6C iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 7C iPhone SE iPod iPod Touch iTunes iTunes Radio Jailbreak Keynote Kickstarter LaMetric Time Laptop Leaks Li-Fi Lightning Cable Luxury Mac Mac OSX MacBook MacBook Air Macbook Pro MacOS Maps Microsoft Music MWC 2016 NAS News Nexus Novelties OPPO Oracle OS X OS X 10 Patent Preview Privacy Pros and Cons Records RemoteControl Revenues Review Rock Jaw Sentio Rumors Safari Sales Samsung Security Shares Siri Smart bracelet Smart Desktop Clock Smart home Smart Ring Solar Paper SONOS Sony Sound Speakers Specifications Speed 8 Steve Jobs Super VOOC Synology Tax Technology ThingMaker Tim Cook Tips Tools Tornado Touch ID Tutorial tvOS tvOS 9 Twitter Video VirnetX Virtual Reality watchOS watchOS 2 Windows wireless charging X-Files Zopo

10 hotkeys for Finder in Mac OS X, which everyone should know

Same, as most native applications on OS X, Finder file manager offers a large number of keyboard hotkeys to simplify the work. Here are 10 key combinations that can be used for the file system management.

mac-tips

1.      Changing the display of files in Finder

To change the view of the files in the Finder, simply use the following hotkeys:

Command (⌘) + 1 – display the contents of a Finder window as icons;

Command (⌘) + 2 – display the contents of a Finder window as a list;

Command (⌘) + 3 – display the contents of a Finder window in column view;

Command (⌘) + 4 – Display the contents of a Finder window in Cover Flow mode.

2.      Open a new Finder window

Sometimes when working with the file system it is necessary to move a document to a new folder on Mac. In this case, you want to be able to open a second Finder window. This can be easily done by pressing the Command (⌘) + N – a new window will be opened or Command (⌘) + T – and a new tab will be created.

3.      Create a new folder

To create a new folder in the Finder, you can use the combination of keys Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + N. After that you will need to name the folder and move the desired content.

4.      Searching

One of the useful features in the Finder is the ability to search content store on a Mac. After starting the application press Command (⌘) + F. When the search field appears on the screen, simply type the required query.

5.      Cleaning the trash

To quickly clean up the trash you can use the combination of Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + Delete. To do this, move the Finder window to the foreground.

6.      Duplicate selected objects

To duplicated the selected objects, you can use the Command (⌘) + D, after that, the appropriate copy will be created in the Finder.

7.      Startup Spotlight

To open the Spotlight, simple press the keys Ctrl + Space.

8.      Quick access to the Utilities folder

This folder contains a number of useful applications, such as Terminal and Activity Monitor. To rapidly open the folder, you can use the keys Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + U.

9.      Quick access to the Applications folder

In case you need to run, rename or delete an application, you can get quick access to the “Applications” folder by pressing the following combination of keys Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + A.

10. Configure file view options for the current window

To configure file view options for the current window, simply move Finder window to the foreground and press the Command (⌘) + J. The list of options should appear now and you will be able to change the icons size, sort order, choose Finder’s background and so on.

Subscription

    Your email address will not be published.