1. When I'm moving a file from my harddrive to an external harddrive, is there anyway to "Move" the whole file instead of copying? On Windows, if you right-click dragged a file instead of left-click drag, it gave you several options on what you would like to perform with the file. Left-click drag automatically just copied the file by default like it does on Mac, but right-click drag gave you the option to move it. I was wondering if there is a similar mouse function for the Mac. 2. Is there anyway to use the mouse wheel for more functions other than scrolling? For example, on Windows, clicking the mouse wheel while on a browser like Chrome brought up the omni-directional circle that allowed you to go left-right-up-down by dragging towards that direction. I was actually quite surprised that Mac didn't come with it. Furthermore, and I don't know if this is just Mac limited or the program, but in Guild Wars 2, I can't use the scroll wheel to zoom in or out of my character or zoom out on the map. 3. Is there a faster way to open a new Finder folder other than Apple key + N or right click-> New folder? Pretty simple question. On Windows, wheel clicking the folder instantly brought up a new one. Often times, when I'm in need of a new folder, it's usually because I'm dragging files around and I never have my hand on the keyboard. It's not too big of a deal, not much of a hassle honestly, but if there was any way to make my life easier through small things like this, I'd take it.