How to hide files and folders on macOS

The command line “chflags hidden” is used to hide files and folders in macOS. You can use the Comand-Shift-. keyboard combination to show the hidden files and folders.

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The document-Level macOS Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Know

If you’re a Windows veteran like me, after switching to macOS, you may be confused by the document (file)-level keyboard shortcuts on macOS. So in this post, I’m going to show you some of the most frequently used document-level keyboard shortcuts on macOS.

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The App-Level macOS Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Know

In Windows, you can use the Ctrl-Alt-Del keyboard combination to terminate an application task; while in macOS, you can use Option-Command-Esc to invoke the Force Quit Applications window. Read the post to acquire more!

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