I'm trying to find a way to force view settings (icon size, grid spacing, Arrange By, etc.) across all folders/Finder windows. "Use as Default" doesn't work, at least the way I want it to. The only "tip" I found was to recreate the Finder preference file by deleting the com.apple.finder.plist file from ~/Library/Preferences but this doesn't do anything either. I'm starting to go a bit nuts trying to figure this out. I do not have the time to go through every folder I have (on my MBP, thumb drives, and NAS) and manually set them. Even if I could, I probably wouldn't get them to be the same anyway. Does anyone have any idea how I would go about doing this? PS I know I could use Path Finder as an alternative to Finder as it does have a way to set a default view for all folders, but I run into conflicts between it and AppCleaner: When you put an app into the trash in Finder, AppCleaner offers to delete the associated files and folders like its com.* pref file and Application Support folder; When you do this in Path Finder AppCleaner doesn't "catch" the move to the trash. I would prefer to stick with AppCleaner as I don't want to pay for any alternatives to it if I'm already going to be spending $40 on Path Finder.