As the price of MacBooks are getting cheaper and cheaper while the design and specs of new arriving MacBooks (and the Pros) are getting more and more advanced, I believe they should be a lot of computer users are switching to Mac - including my friends, who are planning to switch.
Most of them will worry about the unfamiliar environment of the Mac they're going to migrate to. But what could I say is that, no need to worry too much, it only spends you less than three-day time to master the Mac.
Also it only takes you less than 30-minute time to see, try and familiarize with these Finder shortcuts. I believe you will also want to see my previous shortcuts compilation :
Continue reading and you will see a list of 40 Finder shortcuts!
|1||Command-A||Select All Items|
|2||Command-C||Copy Selected Items|
|3||Command-D||Duplicate Selected Items|
|4||Command-F||Search with Spotlight|
|5||Command-G||Find Next Matched Search|
|7||Command-I||Open Get Info (Property) Pane|
|8||Command-J||Show View Options|
|9||Command-K||Connect to Server|
|10||Command-L||Make Alias of Selected Items|
|12||Command-N||Open New Window|
|13||Command-O||Open Selected Items|
|14||Command-T||Copy Items to Sidebar|
|16||Command-W||Close Finder Window|
|18||Command-1||View as Icons|
|19||Command-2||View as Lists|
|20||Command-3||View as Columns|
|21||Command-4||View as Coverflow|
|22||Command-Shift-A||Go to Application Folder|
|24||Command-Shift-C||Go to My Computer|
|25||Command-Shift-G||Open Address Bar|
|26||Command-Shift-H||Go to Home Folder|
|27||Command-Shift-I||Connect to iDisk|
|28||Command-Shift-J||Open Journler (If Any)|
|29||Command-Shift-K||Go to Network Folder|
|30||Command-Shift-L||Go to Safari|
|31||Command-Shift-N||Create New Folder|
|33||Command-Shift-U||Go to Utility Folder|
|34||Command-Shift-Y||Attach to Stickies|
|35||Command-Option-D||Hide the Dock|
|36||Command-Option-M||Minimize All Windows|
|37||Command-Option-O||Open File and Close Finder|
|39||Command-Option-W||Close All Windows|
|40||Command-R||Show Original (From Alias)|
Though it seems really different than the shortcuts on Windows, but the logic behind is the same; You only need to change CTRL with Command then most of the shortcuts will be matched like a charm.
Hope this shortcuts compilation can help you.
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