If you use the macOS Terminal regularly, you can easily use the open command to open up any directory directly from Terminal, bypassing Finder.
While deleting a file is easy, locating a duplicate file is not. Learn how you can locate and delete duplicate files in macOS.
If you are working with a file in macOS, there are times when you will get the error code 43 message. Here is how you can fix Mac’s error code 43 issue.
If you are frustrated by Finder’s limitations, Commander One can provide more functionality than Finder, catering to the needs of specific classes of users.
Searching on your Mac can be a lot easier and faster with these useful search techniques.
The Quicklook feature in Mac’s Finder only supports .mov and MPEG-related formats for video. QLVideo adds support for extra video types to Quicklook.
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.
Finding the path of a file on your Mac isn’t always so easy. If you are looking for a way to review a file’s path, we list 3 ways in this article.
By default, the Finder app on Mac does not show the full path in its title bar. If you want to change that, here’s how to show the current path in Finder.
Do you frequently use the Favorites sidebar in the Finder app on your Mac? If so, you may want to edit it whenever you’d like. Here’s how to do that.
You don’t really need to install third-party apps to convert videos on Mac. Here’s how you can convert video easily and for free in Mac OS X.
This guide will help you find large files on your Mac that you don’t use anymore and delete them to free up space for new files.
Sometime, there are issues that prevent connected hard drives from showing in the Finder sidebar. Here are two ways to fix the problem.
Do you want to mount Amazon S3 in Mac Finder so you can easily sync and backup files? Here are two ways to do so.
By default, you won’t be able to search for system files in OS X’s Finder or Spotlight. Here is a quick and simple way to search for system files in Finder.
Looking to be a Mac power user? Then you can’t miss out these hidden or little-known tips for Mac OSX. We’ve compiled 8 of the most useful ones in this post.
This quick tip will show you how to merge multiple Finder windows into a single tabbed window via a custom keyboard shortcut in OS X Mavericks.
[Mac] When you open any document in Mac, you will only see the title of the document in the title bar. What if you want to find out the file path of the document? Rather than opening the Finder and search for the file path, simply press the “Command” button and mouse click on the […]