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Stacks 4.0.3: A New Way to Organize Your Desktop on Mac OS X
Do you have a cluttered desktop full of files and folders? Do you find it hard to locate the file you need among the mess? If so, you might want to try Stacks, a new feature introduced in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and updated in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
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Stacks are groups of files and folders that are automatically organized by the system based on certain criteria, such as file type, date, or Finder tag. When you save a file to the desktop, it is automatically added to the appropriate stack. You can also create your own stacks by dragging files and folders to the right side of the Dock.
To use Stacks, you need to enable them on your desktop. To do so, click the desktop, then choose View > Use Stacks or press Control-Command-0. You can also Control-click the desktop, then choose Use Stacks.
Once you turn on Stacks, you will see your desktop files and folders grouped into neat stacks. You can browse the files in a stack by swiping left or right on it using two fingers on the trackpad, or one finger on a Magic Mouse. You can also expand a stack by clicking it, and collapse it by clicking its Down Arrow icon.
You can change how Stacks are grouped by clicking the desktop, choosing View > Group Stacks By, then choosing an option. Or Control-click the desktop, choose Group Stacks By, then choose an option. You can group stacks by kind (such as images or PDFs), date (such as the date a file was last opened or created), or Finder tag.
You can also change the appearance of Stacks by clicking the desktop, choosing View > Show View Options, then changing options. Or Control-click the desktop, choose Show View Options, then change options. You can make icons bigger, change the spacing between icons, move icon labels to the side, or show more information (such as how many files are in a stack).
Stacks are a great way to keep your desktop tidy and organized without having to manually sort your files and folders. They also make it easier to find and access the files you need quickly and conveniently. If you have a Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later, you should give Stacks a try and see how they can improve your productivity and workflow.
[Use desktop stacks on Mac - Apple Support]