Finder Tabs

Finder tabs allow you to have more than one file view in a single Finder window. Each tab can contain the view of a different folder or location. Each tab can also use a different view mode. You can drag and drop files between tabs. You can also move tabs between windows and combine windows full of tabs. Full screen mode for Finder windows allows you to focus on your files in a single screen.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Finder Tabs”

    Rob
    6 years ago

    Superb! Your information, tips, and approach are really good–clear, easy to listen to, and excellent step by step directions. You also skip the typical background music, which makes the video much easier to each and learn from. (Wish you would lose the opening and ending irritating track, or, if you must have one, make it less droning!)

    In any event, great job! May convince me to upgrade to Mavericks!

    Darrell
    6 years ago

    Thanks for another very useful video. I’ve come to value and trust what you put out. If I see something in Macsurfer from Macmost it quickly gets checked out. Good work and much appreciated!

    Cheryle
    6 years ago

    You make it easy to understand. I appreciate your tips.

    Mel
    6 years ago

    Absolutely love seeing your videos. I am constantly learning new things about my mac! Keep up the info!

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