<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>PathFinder doesn't "replace" the finder, it simply quits the finder (if you have that option selected in the prefs, which you don't have to) and uses itself in place of the finder.<p><hr></blockquote><p>yeah, that's what i feared doing. i guess like same, i am satisfied with the finder enough that i am not ready to switch. there's a little learning curve with path finder and i suppose i am just a bit lazy. <br><br>--<br>
doh, i just bought path finder. i started playing with it on my laptop since i'd spent my 21 days on my main computer and just found the little features that i really enjoyed. i just love the ability to sort in column views by various categories. too cool. i like the drop stack window for moving files. i like the large preview screen and the ability to preview even MS Word files. too many features to name . . . great value.<br><br>--<br>
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