Here’s yet another Snow Leopard Tip.
You know that CMD+TAB trick we’ve all grown to love over the years?  You know, the one that lets us jump between open applications quickly?  Well, now we’ve got another little trick to accompany it.
When you’re jumping through applications and stop on one, while holding down the command key, push the down arrow on your keyboard.  You’re activating expose.  So, if you have a million finder windows open and you CMD+TAB to the Finder icon, and then push the down key, you’ll be able to see every single on of them, then select one to bring to the front of the pile.

Here’s yet another Snow Leopard Tip.

You know that CMD+TAB trick we’ve all grown to love over the years?  You know, the one that lets us jump between open applications quickly?  Well, now we’ve got another little trick to accompany it.

When you’re jumping through applications and stop on one, while holding down the command key, push the down arrow on your keyboard.  You’re activating expose.  So, if you have a million finder windows open and you CMD+TAB to the Finder icon, and then push the down key, you’ll be able to see every single on of them, then select one to bring to the front of the pile.

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