The important Finder improvements in macOS Mojave include a brand-new Gallery view with big previews that make working with files easier. And as the Preview pane now displays all file metadata, you are able to find a specific image by confirming EXIF data like the camera model, aperture, location, exposure and more—right from the Finder, and here’s how.
Inspired by Stacks for the Dock, Stacks for the desktop is a cool new feature in macOS Mojave that helps clean up your cluttered Mac desktop by automatically organizing your files into related sets, with custom grouping and sorting options, the ability to peek at a pile of files by scrubbing over a stack and much more.
This workflow-enhancing, productivity-boosting extension lets you do things such as moving and copying files or converting images via a right-click menu virtually anywhere from your Mac’s Finder. It supports custom shell scripts and comes bundled with preset actions so you can improve your workflow without writing a line of code.
Before you can move, copy, duplicate or make other changes to the files on your Mac, you usually have to select them first. Feel free to peruse and memorize these handy tips to master the art of making multiple file selections in macOS and increase your productivity.
One of the biggest yet largely unseen updates, macOS High Sierra brings many new features to Mac users. iDownloadBlog takes a closer look at some of the biggest changes in High Sierra, with an accompanying hands-on video from Andrew and the non-exhaustive list of everything that’s new.
This guide will outline the simple process to customise the default scope for Finder window searches, so that you no longer have to trawl through your full hard drive for a file which you know is in the folder you’ve already navigated to.
Yesterday’s beta release of what would become the fourth major software update to macOS Sierra doesn’t just bring iOS’s Night Shift mode to your Mac. Aside from that feature and things like an updated PDF API, expanded Dictation support or the ability for Siri to look up cricket scores and rosters, macOS Sierra 10.12.4 includes better handling of Windows executable files in the Finder.
As discovered by Microsoft’s Mac product designer Vaclav Vancura, rather than use a generic icon to represent Windows executables like before, macOS Sierra 10.12.4 now actually parses .EXE files for native Windows resources such as icons.