At times I’ll found myself lost my way in the Finder (which is like Explorer in Windows) because I got use to referring to the address bar in Windows.
By default, the Finder in Mac OS X won’t display the path information, which is not very convenient for me who have folders within folders within folders within….(hope you got the idea 😉 ). Anyway, so what can we do about it? Well, there is a Path button at the Toolbar:
but its not very convenient to press the button every time you want to know the path of your current working directory. There must be a better way!
After checking out different options in Finder, I’ve found out that you can actually turn on the Path Bar so you can check out your current directory whenever you need to in the Finder! In order to turn on the Path Bar, you only need to do 3 simple steps: select your Finder first -> click on View -> click on Show Path Bar:
Besides from checking out your current working directory, you can also do a few more things with the folders / disks. (just right click on the items)