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    [FAQ] READ FIRST! Frequent Questions for Desktop Computers

    Before creating a post where you ask something, read this post and try to use the search function, because someone else could have already written a post for your hardware and the related questions. As this is a specific FAQ thread, so please do not ask questions regarding the issues you're...
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    [READ FIRST!] Desktop Compatibility

    What's the best PC/Desktop? A PC or Desktop which has been assembled, is considered best as you can choose the best compatible parts for the build and it has a lot of options for hardware customization and hardware upgrades. On the other hand, selecting a branded machine gives very less options...
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    [GUIDE] How to Backup your Mac or Hackintosh

    How to Backup your Mac or Hackintosh Let's say that you've finish install MacOS and want to backup, or you've to upgrade/reinstall MacOS on your Mac. And obv, you want to save your data. Now, you're asking "yes, I want but how I do it?". I'm here to answer to this question. Let's start! You...
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    [GUIDE] How to make a Copy of IOReg

    IORegistryExplorer is known as IOReg Firstly, download IOReg. Extract the .zip and copy it to your Applications folder. Then, open it up. Now you can make a backup copy of the Registry. Click on File, Save a copy as, find a folder that is comfortable for you and save it, and you're done! Note...
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    [GUIDE] How to create Ubuntu USB on macOS

    How to create Ubuntu USB on macOS Creating a Ubuntu Installation USB is quite easy. Let's start, but first, you'll need: A 2GB or larger USB stick/flash drive An Apple computer or laptop running macOS An Ubuntu ISO file. You can download it from here. First, we're going to format the drive...
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    [GUIDE] How to Create Windows 10 Installation USB on Windows

    How to do a Windows 10 Installation USB on Windows Let's start downloading Rufus from here. Connect your USB stick with almost 8GB or more, and make a backup of the data you've on it. Rufus while started to do the USB stick, will erase the whole USB stick. In Rufus, select the USB stick, the...
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    [GUIDE] How to Permanently Disable Windows Updates

    How to Permanently Disable Windows Updates You want to disable Windows Updates. You're hating them, and so, here we are. This is how to do it. Press Windows key + R Type services.msc and press Enter. Search for Windows Update, and double-click it. In Startup type, select Disabled. Then click...
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    How to Show Hidden Files in Finder

    How to Show Hidden Files in Finder To do that, you've got two ways. 1) Terminal: You simply open the terminal (Application > Utility > Terminal or within Spotlight Search, writing Terminal, after pressing Command + Space) and write 2) Combination of keys: Open a window in Finder, then press...
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    How to use Disk Utility

    Last, but not least, the Info tool You can see the informations about your disk/partiton. It's very simple to do this. Select your disk/partition from where you want the information, then click the info button. It will show up a window like that: (this one if you've selected a disk)...
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    How to use Disk Utility

    Now, the Image/Restore Tool! It is very useful if you want to clone your disk, then format it, use it for boot up something or stuff like that, and then restore it as it was before doing all this operations. To "clone" a disk (to make his image) you'll need to select first the disk/partition...
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    How to use Disk Utility

    Now, it's the turn of the Erase tool If you want to erase a disk, probably because you need to put in Clover, or for whatever reason, you can do it in this way: Select the disk (and not the partition) if the disk has only one partition otherwise select the partition you want to format You'll...
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    How to use Disk Utility

    Now, let's see the Partition tool When you need to Partition an Hard Disk or an Solid State Drive, you have to select the disk and not the partition. After you've clicked on it, it will show up something like this: You can add a partition simply clicking on the "+" sign, and then resize as...
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    How to use Disk Utility

    How to use Disk Utility To open Disk Utility, you have two ways: 1. First you go to Applications, then open Utility, and you will find this icon: 2. You use Spotlight Search, called with Command + Space, where you write "Disk Utility" and you'll se something like this: Clicking on it...
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    Do you own a Real Mac?

    Personally I've got a Mac Book (the last with PowerPC Processor) with MacOS 10.6.8 Snow Leopard, a Mac Book Pro 15" 2017 (changed from a dead 2015) with i7, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of Storage, an iMac 27" 5K (top one, it is too much time I don't use it, I don't remember the specs). At work we have...
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    How to take screenshots in macOS

    How to take screenshots in macOS 1. If you want to take screenshot of the entire screen, press Command + Shift + 3. 2. If you want to take screenshot of a portion of screen, press Command + Shift + 4. 3. If you want to take screenshot of the entire screen, but want to have the screenshot into...
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