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How to change the default size of the Finder Windows in OS X

What a stupid question, ask corrosive reader MacDigger. To change the size of the window is elementary, isn’t it? Pick up a device called the mouse, drag over the edge of the Finder window and now the window resizes, isn’t it? Yes, that’s right. But what if you want all new Finder Windows were the same size. And here you need a special trick.

In OS X there are no special settings for the width of the Finder window, there is only a small improvisation on a given theme. You have to use the command to force a restart of the program. Thus you can specify a single size of the Windows file Manager, changing the size of one window. Then for all openable Windows will automatically install this size.

The instruction below describes the sequence of actions to change the default size of the Finder Windows in OS X.

Step 1: Open a Finder window from the dock bar of the operating system. Adjust the size of the file Manager window.

Step 2: Close all open Windows programs using shortcut CMD+Option+W or click the Close button in the upper left corner.

Step 3: Now, hold down the button on the keyboard Option, right click the mouse on the Finder icon in the dock.

Step 4: Click “Restart”.

That’s it! Thus, you set the default size for all subsequent Windows that you open in the Finder. The sequence of actions is always possible to repeat, to set a different window size than Apple mail conduit.

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