OS X Lion Quick Tip - Locating Recently Used Files
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: Kevin P. McAuliffe
: OS X Lion Quick Tip - Locating Recently Used Files
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In this quick tip, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you a great quick tip to locate recently used files on your hard drive. This quick tip also works for all you Snow Leopard users out there as well.
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