Your Mac’s Utilities Folder contains a lot of helpful extra tools like the Bootcamp Assistant, Monitor Activity, Disk Utility, Terminal, and a lot more.
You can find your way in the Utilities Folder through clicking the Applications. After that, click the Utilities Folder. Apple also has created 2 shortcut guides in order to make your way easier in the Utilities Folder.
Access your Mac’s Utilities Folder through the Finder Bar.
- Simply go to your Mac Finder from your Mac’s Dock
- Go to the applications located in the left pane.
- Go to the Menu. Click on “Go”. After that, select “Utilities”.
The great thing is you can also use your keyboards in order to make a shortcut to the utilities while you are in “Finder”.
- On your Mac keyboard, simply press the Shift + Command + U at the same time.
Apple created the Disk Utility feature on your Mac in order to make the disk-related task easy to perform for you. You can convert, compress, and encrypt your disk images as well as disable or enable your disk journals. Before you make any changes to your utility folder, make sure that you know what you are doing in order to avoid accidental data erasures.