Learn how to search your Mac faster and save time…

When you’re looking for something on your Mac, you want to be as efficient as possible.

We found that looking through the search field of Finder doesn’t yield great results usually.

However, using “Spotlight” works really well!

Spotlight is the search tool “par excellence” that can help you find everything and anything on your Mac.

It is represented by the small magnifying glass icon on your Menu bar on the top right corner.

But there’s an easy way to access it: simply hold Command + Space Bar on your keyboard and you’re ready to search.

If it doesn’t work, you would need to configure it in the black Apple on the top left corner > System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Spotlight and check the box “Show Spotlight Search”.

Try it, you’ll be amazed at what Spotlight can find for you such as files, emails, dictionary definitions, photos, articles on the web and much more…

Questions? Suggestions? Let us know in the comments below!

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