By default when you search in the Mac Spotlight Search, you would see that you could only see the file names or the app names, and no details about where they are located.
If you want to know the file/app path as well you would need to make use of the Command ⌘ button as described in the below steps,
- Open Spotlight Search on your Mac (press F4 on if on Macbook and using a Mac Keyboard)
- Now Search for the file or app you are looking for,
- Use the down arrow to select your file and press and hold Command ⌘ button for a few seconds.
- This should now also show the path where the file is located.
Below is a GIF image to demonstrate the same.
Before pressing Command Key:
After pressing Command Key:
The above demo is based on M2 Macbook Air running macOS Ventura.
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