Mac OS X is smart about adding the word ‘copy’ to a filename.
Macs copy a file if you drag it from one volume to another — eg from a Thumb Drive to the Mac, but just move the same file if you drag it from one folder to another on the same device.
Drag and drop is an integral part of using a Mac. It makes it easy to move files or chunks of text, and to add items into a document.
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When you put a file in the Trash it’s not actually deleted. Find out how to actually remove the deleted file from your computer.
On a Mac the Trash handles deleting documents and ejecting discs such as Thumb Drives.