Working with Windows
In the following sections, I give you a closer look at windows themselves: how you move them, size them, and use them. And although Mountain Lion windows are similar to windows you’ve used in other versions of Mac OS (and even, dare I say it, Windows), you may just discover a new wrinkle or two.
Opening and closing windows
To start peering into windows on your Mac, first you need to know how to open and close them. When you’re working in the Finder, you can choose the following commands from the File menu. Note that you’ll probably find similar commands on the File menu of programs other than the Finder.
New Finder Window (+N): ...