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Mac OS uses the method of drag & drop to achieve the function of cut/paste files by default. As to keyboard shortcuts operation, it only supports for simple content such as text or image, and is invalid to the Finder file manager. But many users turned to Mac OS X from Windows have been accustomed to use shortcuts to operate computer, as a result, this undoubtedly becomes very inconvenient (under Windows, Ctril + C/X/V is so efficient).