Move Finder Items with Copy and Paste - OS X Feature of the Day
When you want to move files and folders to a new location you often have to open two windows and drag the files and folders to their new location. You could also copy the items with command + C and paste them, Command + V, but then you have two versions of the files and have to go back and delete the originals. A new feature in OS X Lion solves this problem by allowing you to move files with the standard copy and paste functions.
To move files in this way you simply navigate to the items and copy them in the usual fashion, Command + C. You can then navigate the their destination and instead of hitting Command + V, which would simply make a copy, you hit Command + Option + V and the items are moved to your current location. This is a really nice hidden feature of OS X Lion one that is sure to come in handy.
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