macOS Mojave has added a few elements to Finder that will give you more information about your files as you browse. This video shows the new Gallery view, which is a new way to view your files and folders in Finder. Then, see how to use the Preview pane to get much more information about individual files, including metadata on photos.
- [Instructor] I have a Finder window open here,…and this is what you use to browse files…and folders on your Mac.…Let's take a look at a few new options…right here in Finder that can help you…get information about your files.…You may already know that you can switch…between different viewing options in Finder…using these four buttons here.…You can look at the icon view,…the list view, the column view,…and then there's the fourth button.…In previous versions of macOS,…this button would go to the cover flow view,…but in Mojave, that has been replaced by the gallery view.…
So what we see here is a list of all of the sub folders…or files that are in the folder…that you're currently looking at.…You can select any one of them…and get a nice preview above that.…Now, right now, we're in a folder…that only contains other folders,…so let's go into this folder,…where we've got a bunch of files…and it looks much more interesting.…I can flip through the different files in this folder…and get a nice preview of it up here.…And also, over on the right side,…
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