If you've upgraded your Mac to OS X Mavericks, you can now open tabs in Finder just like you do in your browser. This is a much more convenient way to manage Finder windows than in previous versions of OS X where you had to have multiple windows open. Not sure how? Follow along and we'll help you get started with Finder Tabs.
Have you ever gotten frustrated when you click and drag files between multiple windows on your desktop? Then Finder Tabs are for you. This improvement to the Finder in Mavericks will save you time and reduce frustration. Let's take a look at how Finder Tabs work.
Finder will be receiving some nice updates in the next iteration of OS X, Mavericks. One of the biggies will be Finder Tabs. Instead of opening several Finder windows, you'll be able to use Tabs instead.
Yeah, we know that Apple has its own iPhone 3G finder but that one doesn't work during store business hours. Plus this iPhone finder searches the Apple Stores closest to your location via Google Maps and is a little bit cooler than Apple's. Location Based Services are all the rage right? Some interesting tidbits on iPhone 3G availability as of July 16th is that it's sold out in 23 of...