Get the most from Yosemite Shortcuts, features and customisation options. There are lots of little goodies tucked away in Yosemite that you probably haven’t found yet. Luckily for you, I’m going to share with you some of my favourites. You can now view preview thumbnails of files in Finder in all view modes – not just in the Column view. Hit ß+ç+P to turn it on and off. If you don’t like the default ringtone in FaceTime, rejoice! You can actually customise it, if you so desire. Open up Preferences and scroll through all the same ringtones that are in iOS 8 to find one that suits your needs. In most text-based apps you can now hit å+oe and Yosemite will suggest the word it thinks you want to type next. I’ve found that it’s not always terribly useful, but I’ll admit it can be fun to keep picking words and see what sentences it generates! Click the ‘Details’ link at the top of a chat conversation in Messages and you’ll see thumbnails of all the images and attachments sent from either side during the whole conversation. If you don’t use Dashboard, you can disable it entirely by opening System Preferences -> Mission Control and selecting ‘Off’ from the Dashboard drop down list.