Configure the Finder sidebar

The Finder in OSX uses a sidebar to present frequently used shortcuts as well as quick access to devices. The default Finder sidebar shortcuts are reasonable for most people however, placing a shortcut to iDisk, a paid service seems more like a marketing ploy than a benefit to users.

In this video tutorial, we show you how to configure the sidebar and remove the iDisk device. As an added bonus we show you how to open your Finder windows in a new window when clicked.

About Joe Cotellese

Joe is the founder of Learning OS X. He's often spending way too much time playing with new Mac software in order to improve his ability at "Getting Things Done."

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