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Any Mac users out there?

Discussion in 'Electronics & Video Games' started by Sugar Land, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. Sugar Land

    Sugar Land TGT Addict TGT Supporter

    Apr 7, 2012
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    I have a few questions for someone that knows Mac kind of well. I just seems like moving things around is harder than one would think.
     


  2. filmtex

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    Been a Mac user for years and years. Ask away...
     
  3. Brains

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    Yep, made the switch myself back in '08, develop on 'em all day every day. What'cha need help with?
     
  4. Sugar Land

    Sugar Land TGT Addict TGT Supporter

    Apr 7, 2012
    Sugar Land Texas
    Thanks for the help filmtex. This is going to take a while I believe.
     
  5. Ole Cowboy

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    Mac sitting on my desk since '85
     
  6. Tejano Scott

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    I have a ton of Mac products, but probably the last guy you wanna ask.
     
  7. Sugar Land

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    Apr 7, 2012
    Sugar Land Texas
    Seems like they made stuff backassward just because...
     
  8. Ole Cowboy

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    Do you have an issue with your mac?
     
  9. Sugar Land

    Sugar Land TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    filmtex got me through this time but I am sure there will be more. File handling is very odd. Does it ever really get rid of files?
     
  10. Ole Cowboy

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    Not sure what you mean about file handling being odd. It uses a Hierarchical File System (HFS) Plus to manage its files and has since the late 90's, is your system older than that?

    While is does get rid of files by replacing them or overwriting, that is limited to generally system upgrades. Most files you will need to trash them yourself when you no longer need them.
     


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