In my previous two articles about using Spotlight on Yosemite, I looked at Spotlight basics and then showed you how to construct search queries with Spotlight. In this final article, I’m going to move from Spotlight to the Finder, and show you how to perform even more advanced searches.
When you search in the Finder, you’re actually searching the Spotlight index on your disk; you just perform your searches from the Finder’s search field instead of the Spotlight menu. And, when you move to the Finder, you have even more power to search.
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