Customizing the New Finder Window Shows Setting

You can decide which folder you start in when you create a new Finder window or add a new Finder tab. Some locations are mode useful than others. Picking the right location for you can improve your productivity.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Customizing the New Finder Window Shows Setting”

    Michael
    6 months ago

    Thanks Gary. Great tutorial. Is there any way of automatically forcing a new tab or new window to open in full screen? Thanks Michael

    6 months ago

    Michael: Not that I can think of. Just start a new window and then use the button or keyboard shortcut to take it full screen. But note that if you are currently viewing a full screen window, then use File, New Window, that new window will also be fill screen.

    Steve Cox
    4 months ago

    Thank you. This was very helpful. I just went from a Mac Pro with High Sierra to a new Mac Studio with Sonoma. I had gotten used to my old Mac and was pretty lost in the new one. I will check out your other videos and classes.

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