If you’re like me, the Applications folder on your Mac is overflowing with apps, most of which you rarely use but still like to keep around. If scrolling through everything to find what you’re looking for is overwhelming, a simple trick lets you sort these applications by categories—like Productivity, Music, Education, and more.
To get started, open your Finder and head to the Applications folder.
From here, press Command+J on your keyboard to open the View Options window. Alternatively, you can click View > Show View Options in the menu bar.
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