When is my CD saved?

By now, you’ve probably noticed that when you use the CD icon on the Finder to open a new folder on the desktop, the icon is also displayed on the home page of your desktop.

The home page is an essential feature in Windows, and it’s also where you’ll find most of the content on the internet, as well as all of your important files.

So what does that icon mean?

The CD icon is a tiny bit of text that appears at the top of your home screen, and when clicked, opens a dialog box that allows you to save your files to your computer.

It’s a handy little feature, but it can sometimes be a bit overwhelming.

Here’s a quick rundown of the various ways to save files, including how to do it with a Mac.


Download and save to the Internet 2.

Transfer files between Macs and PCs 3.

Use the CD for the Desktop 4.

Use CD to copy files to the Mac 5.

Open a file on your Mac with the CD app 6.

Open the files you saved with the file browser 7.

Open and save files from the web 8.

Use a file browser on your desktop to transfer files to a Mac 9.

Copy files from your PC to your Mac 10.

Save files to files on your computer 11.

Use other apps on your PC that use the Finder for viewing files 12.

Open up the Finder on your Desktop to open files on a Mac 13.

Open files from a web browser on the Mac 14.

Use files from other applications on your machine to open and save them to your desktop 15.

Use iTunes for viewing and saving files 16.

Use your desktop as a remote computer to send files between your PC and your Mac 17.

Use File Manager to manage files on the computer that’s connected to your home network 18.

Use another app to save and load files from anywhere on the Internet 19.

Use Safari to navigate the web 20.

Open an email or document with a web-based app, such as Outlook or Google Docs 21.

Use an app to browse the web 22.

Download files from external sites 23.

Use AppleScript to open file dialog boxes 24.

Use some other file manager to transfer or save files to or from your desktop 25.

Open your browser to access online files using a web interface 26.

Use iBooks, iWork, PowerPoint, and other apps 27.

Use Mail to send email to someone using the Mail app 28.

Use Dropbox to sync files between multiple devices 29.

Use Microsoft Office to open Word documents 30.

Use Google Doc or Google Drive for saving files 31.

Use any of the other file managers on your phone or tablet 32.

Open other applications to view or copy files from any website or app 33.

Use Skype for video calls or audio chats 34.

Use Amazon Prime Video to watch movies or videos on your Amazon Fire TV 35.

Use iCloud to synchronize data between your devices 36.

Use one of Apple’s cloud storage services 37.

Open or save multiple files on one device 38.

Open multiple files and share the files from one device 39.

Use Share, which lets you save and transfer files from multiple devices to multiple computers, to open multiple files at once 40.

Use CloudDrive to share files between devices.


Use BitTorrent to download files 42.

Use OneDrive for sharing files 43.

Use DropBox for documents and other files 44.

Use AnyDrive for files and folders 45.

Use Box for managing files 46.

Use Evernote for managing documents, notes, and photos 47.

Use QuickOffice to open your files 48.

Use Chrome to search on Google or Wikipedia 49.

Use Audacity for audio editing and creation 50.

Use Soundcloud to play music, podcasts, and videos 51.

Use Wunderlist to search online 52.

Use Office 365 for accessing your email 53.

Use email clients for viewing documents 54.

Use Outlook for emailing and collaboration 55.

Use Twitter for chatting, tagging, and sharing 56.

Use Tumblr for sharing articles 57.

Use Spotify to listen to music or podcasts 58.

Use Instagram for photos 59.

Use Pinterest to create wallpapers 60.

Use Snapchat to snap photos and videos 61.

Use Gmail for sending and receiving email 62.

Use Reddit for image-sharing 63.

Use Facebook to check in with friends and other users 64.

Use Discord for private messages 65.

Use YouTube for watching videos 66.

Use WhatsApp for messaging 67.

Use SnapChat for private messaging and chatting 68.

Use Foursquare for booking a flight or hotel 69.

Use AirDrop to transfer photos to your phone 70.

Use FaceTime to record voice calls 71.

Use Signal for encrypted text messages 72.

Use Viber to communicate with your friends 73.

Use Telegram to send and receive messages 74.

Use Mixcloud for streaming music 75.

Use Slack to share messages 76.

Use HipChat to share photos 77.

Use GChat to chat with people and groups 78.

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