Archive for February 18th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Starting with OS X Lion, Apple has been hiding the users Library folder of the logged-in user. The Library folder contains many resources used by applications to ensure smooth operations. Hiding this folder wasn’t a good move by Apple. The information the Library folder contains can be important to users who are troubleshooting various common problems, whether with their Mac or with specific applications.

With the advent of OS X Mavericks, the users Library folder is still hidden by default, but it’s now much easier to make the Library folder visible. You don’t need to whip out Terminal or use the Finder’s Go menu every time you want to access the Library folder. Now you can just set a Finder preference and make the Library folder visible or hidden; it’s up to you.

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