Path Finder was the first file browser on macOS to integrate tabs into its interface.
Tabs allow you to open and organize multiple folders inside a single window, which keeps your screen from getting cluttered. If you work with several different folders on a regular basis, you can open them in tabs and save them as a tab preset to be able to access them quickly in the future.
Open a new tab
Double-click the empty space at the right of the tab bar
Press the little plus sign at the right of the tab bar
Open a folder in a new tab
Right-click on the selected folder and choose “Open in Tab”
To close a tab, just click on the “x” sign on the tab itself. You can also press Cmd-W to close the current tab.
Tip: if you accidentally closed a tab, you can Undo the operation by pressing “Cmd-Z” or choosing menu Edit > Undo Close Tab.
Move a tab to a new window
You can take any tab and drag it out of the current window to form a new window. You can also drag a tab out of one window and put it into another one. Grab and hold a tab with the mouse and drag it out of the window (and onto another window if you wish so)