In this chapter, we've covered many of the basics of interacting with the Mac desktop with a focus on windows, folders, files, and applications. We looked at various view options for the Finder window, as well as some more general window features including scrolling, moving, and resizing. You also learned about folder, files, and applications and how to make aliases for them. You also learned how to rename, copy, and delete them. Finally, we discussed running older Mac applications in Classic mode.