Chapter 2. Using the Finder

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You’re now ready to take a closer look at Mac OS X’s Finder. The Finder is the application used to launch and manipulate files and applications. Unlike other tools and utilities that you activate, the Finder starts immediately after you log in to the system and is always active. In addition to helping you locate your files, the Finder handles all common tasks, such as creating, deleting, moving, and copying files and folders, which we’ll talk about in Chapter 4, “Working with Folders, Files, and Applications.” ...

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