I've just come to the end of an enforced 3 year break from OS X, during which time my work machine was upgraded to Windows 7. I'm having a hard time adjusting because some key Windows Explorer features don't seem to have an OS X equivalent. Can anybody advise me as to whether there is a way around the problems I am encountering? I'm currently running Lion. 1. When I reduce the width of a folder displaying files as icons, instead of 'wrapping' (for example, a 4 x 4 arrangement becomes 2 x 8 when you halve the width) the arrangement stays identical but the viewing area decreases. I hate this as I find two dimensional scrolling to be confusing when viewing hundreds of files. 2. When I delete files from the top of a folder and then scroll down, the folder does not automatically remove the blank space. However, it does when you remove files from the bottom and then scroll up. 3. When switching between several folders and copying files between them, it would be extremely useful to have a tiling feature similar to Windows 7 where you can drag folders to the side, top or bottom of the screen where they automatically re-position and re-size to fill half of the screen. My alternative seems to be to keep doing this manually. The above seem like minor issues, but honestly it's costing me a huge amount of time compared to Windows 7. There also appear to be a number of niggly things, e.g. the two-step process to view the dock when in full screen mode (move pointer to bottom of screen, pause briefly, then 'push' pointer downwards) when in apps like Safari there seems to be no reason why it can't operate as normal. Maybe my expectations are too high, but it feels like Apple products are becoming less intuitive to use and common tasks seem to involve more steps than are necessary.