Definitions for "Finder "
Keywords:  macintosh, desktop, mac, icon, delete
Finder is a small utility to find files fast. It is a Perl script that searches through a file that contains a snapshot of your root directory tree. Since it doesn't search through your actual directory tree, it is much faster then find, but could be less accurate if the snapshot is not maintained.
system software: Always-running application that organizes the contents of and keeps track of changes to all files on a disk. It creates the desktop; in fact the desktop and Finder are almost synonymous. You use the Finder to find files, to copy and delete them and move them around, and to launch applications.
The "application" which lets you view the Desktop and all your files and folders. The Finder is where you are when no other programs are running.
a small telescope of low power and large field of view, attached to a larger telescope, for the purpose of finding an object more readily, called also a finder telescope or finder scope.
A slide ruled in squares, so as to assist in locating particular points in the field of vision.
or Finderscope A low powered auxiliary telescope mounted on a telescope used to make it easier to point the main telescope at some object.
Also known as a viewfinder. A viewing aid in a camera, used for composing, and usually focusing the subject. It would normally also display exposure information in smaller formats. (see Exposure & Focusing screen ) back to the top
A shorter word to use when referring to a camera's viewfinder.
A viewing device on a camera to show the subject area that will be recorded on the film. Also known as viewfinder and projected frame.
Finder is a science fiction comic book series written and illustrated by Carla Speed Mc Neil, beginning in 1996. It is published by McNeil's imprint Lightspeed Press, which has also collected most of it in trade paperback volumes. It has been critically well received, winning numerous awards, but the series has consistently sold poorly, leading McNeil to move in 2005 to web-only distribution and sales of trade paperbacks.
optical device that helps a user to find the target of interest
Restlet that can find the target resource that will concretely handle the request. Based on a given resource class, it is also able to instantiate the resource with the call's context, request and response without requiring the usage of a subclass. Once the target resource has been found, the call is automatically dispatched to the appropriate handle*() method (where the '*' character corresponds to the method name) if the corresponding allow*() method returns true. For example, if you want to support a MOVE method for a WebDAV server, you just have to add a handleMove() method in your subclass of Resource and it will be automatically be used by the Finder instance at runtime. If no matching handle*() method is found, then a Status.CLIENT_ERROR_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED is returned.
Keywords:  fingerboard, firewire
Fingerboard FireWire
a member of a secret society of superbly skilled elite trackers and hunters
a person who brings two parties together on a transaction a d collects a fee for arranging the meeting that consummated the deal
A reduced level of broker and generally expects a referral fee in the range of 10% of a full brokerage/Lehman fee structure.
This is a person who establishes a relationship with a company and then refers the company to a firm that can bring the company public. The finder will receive a fee for this service.
In an underwriting, a finder is any person or entity that introduces an issuer to an underwriter for the purpose of conducting an offering of securities.
A person who introduces a company to a source of financing - an investor or another financial intermediary, like a bank or securities firm. Finders typically get paid a fee upon closing of the financing.
someone who comes upon something after searching
someone who is the first to observe something
Processes that discover the existence of devices on the network; however, they do not report connections like the Agents.
A person who helps to arrange a transaction.
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, finds;