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New to Mac OS? Make Sure You Know These Delete Operation Tips

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New to Mac OS? Make Sure You Know These Delete Operation Tips

Whether you’ve recently switched from Windows to Mac OS, or you plan to do so in the near future, it can be quite confusing learning all the new keyboard and mouse shortcuts. Many shortcuts are the same except, instead of using Ctrl (like on Windows), you use the Command key.

One place where the shortcuts differ quite drastically are with delete operations. Whether deleting files, text or personal information, you really should make sure you know the keyboard shortcuts for Mac OS. To make things easy for you, below you’ll find a handy guide that not only shows the differences between delete operations, but also teaches you the shortcut for each.

One huge difference you’ll notice is that unlike Windows, you can’t just press the “Delete” key to send a file or folder to the trash bin in Mac OS. Instead, you must press “Command + Delete” together. Also, while pressing “Shift + Delete” will empty the trash in Windows, you must press “Shift + Command + Delete” in Mac OS. These are just a few examples of how things differ.

New to Mac OS? Make Sure You Know These Delete Operation Tips
    This cheat sheet of delete operations is sure to come in handy for Mac OS users both old and new. So, it’s definitely worth sharing with others who may find it useful as well.

    Delete Tips You Should Know As A New Mac User | iSkysoft

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