macOS: How to Show All Finder Tabs Like Safari

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Safari has a feature on macOS where you can show all the tabs in a grid view. You can do the same thing in Finder. Here’s how to show all Finder tabs.

Show All Finder Tabs

Show all finder tabs screenshot

  1. First, you can create a new tab in Finder by pressing Command (⌘) + T on the keyboard.
  2. Next, once you have multiple tabs open, right-click on one of them and select Show All Tabs. Unfortunately there isn’t a gesture to do this as in Safari.

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johnnyhands

Exploring the Finder windows based on this article, using High Sierra, I discovered the Window > Merge All Windows command – so you can have “tabbed browsing” just like Safari.

Why the heck wasn’t I using this before??

Anyway, thanks for the article.