A: Finder doesn’t support cutting files directly by default, there’s no cut file command, neither shortcut like Ctrl+X in Windows. Under the situation there’s no third party software, there’s only one standard operation: drag with your mouse. Besides, in Finder, by default, on some volume, drag is equal to move, but drag across volumes, or from hard disk to another disk, then it’s equal to copy and paste. Therefore, when move, there’s a little tip, when you drag, press Cmd, it’s equal ot move by force (cross volumes or hard disks), press opt and drag is equal to force to copy and paste (even one same volume). When you use this tip, you should notice that when press cmd, it is thought that users should choose several files, so when press the shortcut, personally I recommend you first choose the file, and then drag it, finally enter the target path, then before loosing the left mouse key, press cmd or opt, then you may avoid incorrect shortcut use effectively.