The native Finder application is undeniably one of the most useful and widely used app which ships with Apple's OS X platform. Finder provides access to almost anything, allowing files, folders and connected drives to be viewed and interacted with relative ease. With that said, given how useful Finder is, it's also extremely infuriating with its Apple imposed limitation, which given the maturity of the app, seems to suggest complacency within Apple. For those Mac lovers out there who want something a little more powerful, allow us to introduce you to Commander One.
Here's how to set default Finder window size in Mac OS X the easy way. This handy little tip seems to trick OS X into launching Finder with a consistent size attached to it.