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Tag: Finder

  1. The future of the Mac’s Finder

    This is the last installment of this column, and as such, I wanted to cover…

  2. Macworld reviews ‘Commander One,’ a free Mac Finder alternative for OS X power users

    Since the debut of the classic Mac OS System 1.0 in 1984, the Finder has been an indispensable hub…

  3. Rootless: Why jailbreaking iOS 9 will be nearly impossible

    Apple is working on a whole new level of security for both iOS and the Mac…

  4. Remove caches to fix a slow Finder in OS X 10.10.3

    After upgrading to OS X 10.10.3, you may find that navigating the Finder…

  5. Why you shouldn’t store files on your Mac’s Desktop

    Over the years, I’ve repaired many computers…

  6. Apple’s whole new look for OS X Yosemite

    OS X Yosemite will bring a major visual overhaul to the Mac…

  7. Six Clicks: Cool stuff buried in OS X

    Here are six little OS X secrets that should help you…

  8. iOS 8 concept strives to make your iPhone even more useful, brings Finder to iOS

    An iOS 8 concept video that features a revamped Home screen…

  9. Apple to further push iCloud as future of the file system in iOS 8

    When Apple introduced both iOS and iCloud, its goal was to eliminate the classic file system…

  10. Hands-on with OS X 10.9 Mavericks: Tabs and Tags in your Mac’s Finder

    It’s a fine time for Finder fans, for sure…

  11. OS X Mavericks: Why the Mac Finder took so long to get Tabs

    More than half a decade after adding tabs to Safari, Apple finally…

  12. OS X Mavericks revives, revises Mac OS 9-style Finder tabs

    OS X Mavericks is a revival in more ways than one…

  13. How to use Spotlight and Smart Folders in OS X (with video)

    On your Mac, Spotlight is also used in an amazing and useful feature you may not be familiar with: Smart Folders…

  14. How to access your iCloud files from your Mac’s Finder

    iCloud documents are cached on your local machine so that you can open them…

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