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The app was downloaded / bought using your ex-girlfriend Apple ID; delete and re download the app in question.


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Turn off Autocorrect per Application You can do this in the Applications Edit Menu under Spelling and Grammar and disable ‘Check Spelling While Typing’.


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It is a crucial component in OS X's anti-boredom technology. Non-troll answer: Yes, you can delete it. run this command in Terminal: sudo rm -rf /Applications/Chess.app enter your password and push return


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I think it is safe to use, since the latest update has a reset function: New: Reset-Feature to reset fans back to factory defaults, delete settings and favorites I've also red somewhere they fixed SmcFanControl on newer macs.


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It could possibly be harmful if the phone overheats, though I spent several months with an older iPhone between my pillow and the bed, plugged in and charging, and never had any problems. Other than that, no.


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No, it is not required as such, but Chess is, like any other preinstalled application, protected from deletion. There are ways around it, but it's probably not worth the hassle for a meager 5 MB in disk space.


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Two things: Open the settings app and App Store - sign out of the account. Then make note of all apps that need an update. You'll have to determine by which account pops up, which account bought the app in the first place. Delete all the apps that are assigned to the account you wish to remove from the device. Sign in only with your account going forward ...


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Yes. Some applications won't allow you to install them on drives that don't contain an OS X installation, however there are often ways to do it manually post-installation if that is the configuration you wish. Some applications will indeed do some writing to the internal SSD, since presumably that's where OS X is installed. The Library folders for example ...


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The video in the link below was awesome! It's so simple to delete apps from a mac. It shows exactly how to delete an app, removing it from Finder, Launchpad and Dock Menu. Keep in mind that I wanted to permanently delete the apps in question from my Mac. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQwjGqR34ZU Drag the app from launchpad and add it to the dock ...


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I have deleted Chess.app from every version of Mac OS X and OS X that I've used starting with Mac OS X 10.4.x and have never had an issue from doing so. You can use AppCleaner to do it, although you first need to uncheck [] Protect default apps in its General Preferences. Note: To all that have commented about not removing Chess.app, it is for each User ...


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So many options! (My favorite) Option-right click (or control-option-click) on the offending application's icon in the dock, and click "Force Quit". If it doesn't respond immediately, try one or two more times. Open Activity Monitor, make sure it says "All Processes" at the top. If it doesn't, select "All Processes" from the View menu (or the pop-up menu ...


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If you open your User>(Your username)>Applications> folder (not the /Applications folder), you'll see a folder called "Chrome Apps". All the apps, including the Chrome Launcher app are in here. You can delete them at will and they will be removed from your Dashboard.


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You could try just using Quick Look, built into the OS. Select any of the images, tap the Space Bar. Navigate the way you normally would inside the folder, up/down/left/right arrows. Tap Space again to close. This works for more than just pictures, it can handle music, text files, movies etc. & is extendable with new plugins. There's a list here [I ...


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No, photos added to albums are references to the original. Deleting the original photo removes the photo from any albums that it has been added to.


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If you have a MacBook and not a MacBook Pro you don't have to use SmcFanControl, but if you have a Pro it is safe to use smcFanControl. I'm using this utility to cool down my MacBook Pro 2010 when the days are hot, and everything works just fine. You can choose a bottom level for coolers' rmp and if the system needs more rmp the smcFanControl won't stop the ...


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PowerC++ is an alternative to CPPCode if your iPhone does not support iOS 8 which CPPCode requires. But PowerC++ only uses a C++ Builder installed in a DOS environment customized for iOS. It seems a bit out of date and doesn't support newer versions of the C++ standards. Caution: it works fairly well most of the time but collapses on the invocation of a few ...


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That check is done by checking the application's plist. Right click on the application and click "Show Package Contents" Open "Contents" Open "Info.plist" Scroll down to where it says "LSMinimumSystemVersion" or "Minimum system version" depending on the editor you're using. Replace the string on the next line which should be "10.8.5" (or to the right of ...



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