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- How do I “cut” a file on OS X? 3 answers
In Windows to move a specific file(s) and/or folder(s), we can ctrl+x (Cut) after selecting sources & ctrl+v (Paste) - very simple way to move.
Another easy option is to just press F4 & type address where you want to jump in Windows explorer. (Yep! Even with auto complete.)
My question is somewhat like this - what is the best way to explore your files in Finder?
I mean, there is no option like cut - not even "move to folder" or "copy to folder", "create new shortcut" is far different - here alias.
I mean, I am feeling "not used to" to a Mac. What's your suggestions to have grip on Mac OS X? Why is it necessary to use a mouse to move files? Why am I forced to use a mouse? It's not like that I hate mouse use. The thing is it's very ridiculous to use mouse for each & every operation.
- Better ways to explore in the Finder?
- Tricks to help explore in the Finder?
- How to operate the Finder most efficiently?