OS X Yosemite (design promo, Finder icon 001)

In addition to showing the full path to a file or folder within the Finder windows’ titlebars and copying a file’s path as text via contextual menus in the latest versions of OS X, your Mac has other cool tricks up its sleeve for a more efficient file system browsing.

Take, for example, the Path Bar, a little-known Finder feature which has been around for ages, since the earliest releases of OS X.

The Path Bar displays the interactive path to the current working directory at the bottom of all Finder windows. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to show or hide the Path Bar and use it like a pro to navigate your Mac’s file system more efficiently than before.... Read the rest of this post here


"How to use Finder’s interactive Path Bar on Mac" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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