MacMost Now 281: Using Aliases For Quick Access To Files and Folders

You can use aliases to create shortcuts to files and folders. You can also put aliases in the Dock and the Finder sidebar. Aliases help you keep your files organized while allowing for quick access to files you use often.

Comments: 3 Responses to “MacMost Now 281: Using Aliases For Quick Access To Files and Folders”

    J.P.
    10 years ago

    Is it true that the finder will be quicker if you clutter your desktop with alias’ rather than their originals?

      10 years ago

      No. I’ve never heard that. Don’t see how it would be true.

    jacob e
    10 years ago

    thanks man your good and your editing and production is clean.

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