4. Window Views

The OS X Finder displays the contents of your hard disk and other accessible volumes in windows. A window can show the contents of a volume or folder.

OS X offers several different window views that make it easy to see and work with a window’s contents. For example, you can view contents as icons or hierarchical lists that can be sorted any way you like. You can even use views that include previews of document contents so you can see a document without even opening it.

In this chapter, I tell you more about how to work with OS X’s window views. By understanding how each view works ...

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