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The MAC Manual - Jackson Chung - 2009

The MAC Manual - Jackson Chung - 2009

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The MAC Manual - Jackson Chung - 2009
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The Finder controls the desktop in such a way that it will display any connected devices: hard
drives, networked drives, portable drives, iPods, CDs or DVDs and disk images.

You can easily customize the desktop to print the amount of disk space available/used, the
number of files in a folder, the size of an image file, etc.

Simply right-click on the desktop, select ‘Show view options’ and check the box next to
‘Show item info’.

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The Finder windows are what pop up every time you double-click on the hard disk icon on
the desktop. These windows let you browse your Mac and view files, folder contents, launch
installed applications and gain access into system files and utilities.

On the left of the Finder window lies the sidebar. Generally, the sidebar hosts a list of
attached devices, networked drives, a customizable list of places/locations on your Mac and
a slew of quick search terms that can easily help you to find your files.

If you are connected to a network with Windows PCs or other Macs, they will appear in your
Finder sidebar under ‘Shared’.

The sidebar is customizable. You can drag anything you like onto the sidebar for easy

Likewise, you can also remove any of the sidebar items to prevent them from showing up.
Just click and hold, then drag them off the sidebar.

Quick Tip

Your Pictures, Movies, Music, Documents and Download folders

are located within your Home folder

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