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If you prefer to use the command prompt rather than the File Explorer in Windows, these are some useful commands to manage files in the command prompt.
With iOS 11, users got the new Files app where you can manage and view all your files.
Quick Access Popup is a simple tool that shows your files and folders with a mouse click. Learn how you can quickly access files and folders with QAP.
Hazel is an app for Mac to help you organize your files automatically and increase your productivity. Here are some custom Hazel rules to get started.
For your everyday file management on your Mac, Finder is the way to go. But if you want to do some heaving lifting, you can find some Finder alternatives that will help make your day-to-day data shuffling a little snappier.
If you want to remove all instances of the “.DS_Store” files in your folder, here is how you can delete “.DS_Store” files with a simple command.
Sometimes file sharing on Slack can be very, very limited in function. If you’re looking to improve that, here are four file management tools for Slack worth trying.