I'm trying to do a basic file search and it's turned into a hassle. I want all files of extension JPG in a file folder and all subfolders. The old way was simple. Do a File >> Find, look for file extension JPG and search all subfolders. Now, with this "advanced" OS X operating system, I do the same thing and am shown a Find menu that's very confusing. There is no place to enter a folder to search. There are buttons for "This Mac" and "Macintosh HD", but I don't see a way to tell the Find function which folder I want to search. I finally used a workaround by going to the folder that I wanted and loading Find again. There was no option for "File Extension", so I had to find it under the Other conditions in the submenu. Why isn't that on by default? I put in JPG, and got no results. Find refused to search the subfolders. I tried again and again, and it finally worked when I moved the folder to a new location and Find suddenly recognized that there were subfolders. It also isn't easy to jump from folder to folder to search, because I have to open each new Folder in Finder and then reset all of the search conditions from their defaults. There must be an easier way to search a folder and its subfolders for all *.JPG files!