Hello Mac Friends, well I would say that I am a very experienced IT person and have a ton of knowledge However, I am apparently too dumb to figure out how I can MOVE (cut and paste at the same time) a folder from on location on my hard drive to another WITHOUT going back to the original area and delete the folder after the "fake" moving process. It seems that MAC does not support the physical movement of a folderfrom location A to B. Scenario: I have a folder called A I select the folder (click with mouse) I drag the folder to the desired destination B I release the mouse and what happens: MAC starts to COPY the folder and its files. I read on several forums and pages that it is possible if you hold down the command key (after you click the folder you want to move) but it does not work for me. Does anyone has a simple, short answer whether it is possible to move a folder which contains files from location A to B on my mac (same hard drive)? This cannot be true that this does not work in the FINDER. Even if I select the folder go in the Finder menu to "Edit" (cut is grayed out and not clickable) it does not give me the option to perform a cut and paste. So, does cut and paste work for folders on a MAC or not. Guys I am really frustrated with that. Such a basic function.