I just started using Path Finder 6 for Mac OS X and I’m already loving it. I first heard about this app because I was looking for a way to revert back to the old-style color tagging system of files and folders in Mac OS X before Apple decided to completely revamp the color system in Mavericks. I simply wanted an easier way to visually distinguish color tags in Finder. That’s where Path Finder 6 comes in to save the day. Not only does it give me the ability to color the ENTIRE LINE in a solid color — just like Mountain Lion before it — but Path Finder offers a bunch of nifty little Finder features that make file browsing and file management a complete breeze.

Check out all of the features here and download a trial version of the app to test it out. Totally worth it I think.