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rhames
5 weeks ago

How do you take a screen shot with OS X?

Tags: Macs, OS X, screenshot |
5 Answers |
Aryton
6 weeks ago

What are the big differences between Yosemite and previous versions of OS X? Anything exciting to look forward to?

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Aryton
7 weeks ago

I know that you can install Windows 7 on a Mac using Boot Camp, but is it also compatible with Windows 8.1? I was thinking that the touch screen oriented OS...

2 Answers |
dbrown
9 weeks ago

I’m not very familiar with OS X, and after setting up a network with a Windows 7 PCs and a Mac, the Mac doesn’t see the PC. When I look in the finder bar on...

Tags: mac, OS X, Windows 7 |
2 Answers |
stylor
9 weeks ago

When using Dictation to enter text on a Mac by speaking, what do you need to say to get it to type parenthesis (like the ones around this phrase)?

Tags: dictation, mac, OS X |
3 Answers |
ablake
14 weeks ago

One of our users needs to draw some diagrams (org charts and process flow charts) but Visio doesn't run on OSX 10.7 Lion.

Tags: Lion, mac, OS X, Visio |
8 Answers |
Aryton
16 weeks ago

How can I monitor which applications are using the network in OS X?

4 Answers |
Aryton
22 weeks ago

How can I make a folder invisible on Mac OS X? I’m planning a surprise vacation for my girlfriend this summer, and I don’t want her to stumble onto it while...

Tags: mac, OS X, privacy |
2 Answers |
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