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    • How to Replace a MacBook Keyboard

      How to Replace a MacBook Keyboard

      An Apple MacBook can last some time without the keyboard getting damaged. If the keyboard gets damaged (for e.g. a loose key falls out of the setting) or the user simply wants a new keyboard, he/she will need to replace the keyboard in question. The MacBook has a fairly simple case that users with the

    • How to Zoom in on a Mac

      How to Zoom in on a Mac

      A common problem that arises for Mac computer users is figuring out how to zoom in on the computer screen and resetting to the normal display. Apple built a screen zoom feature into the OS X operating system as both an accessibility and classroom feature. Unlike a Windows computer, the Mac permits the real time

    • How to Install Windows on a Mac

      How to Install Windows on a Mac

      Modern Macs use the same underlying system architecture as Windows PCs. The only differences are in the ways Apple integrates these components and how they design the machine as a whole. This means that Macs can run Windows natively just as all PCs can and Apple actually touts this fact as one of its upsides.

    • How to Replace a MacBook Pro Battery

      How to Replace a MacBook Pro Battery

      The battery that comes with the MacBook Pro will eventually need to be replaced as it is a consumable item with a finite usable life. The battery can be purchased directly from Apple Inc. or from a third party manufacturer. Only the batteries that Apple produce are really recommended as third party manufacturers may not

    • How to Disable Mac OSx Firmware Password Protection

      How to Disable Mac OSx Firmware Password Protection

      Launch the Open Firmware Password Application. Click the authentication icon and enter your Administrator credentials. You will be prompted for a password. Locate and click the Change button. This will launch an Open Firmware Password window. In the Open Firmware Password window, locate and click to deselect/uncheck the “Require password to change Open Firmware settings”

    • How to Burn a DMG File

      How to Burn a DMG File

      A DMG file is the Mac equivalent of the ISO file. Like ISO files, DMG files are able to store information in a virtual disk and are treated like disks in a standard operating system. DMG files are often used for storing information about multiple programs or keeping track of bootable files on a CD

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