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I have long-term professional expertise regarding electrical safety. Legal power supplies have extensive and expensive certification and testing and manufacturing controls to ensure the user's safety. Some of the most safety sensitive aspects are: Isolation Voltage - How high a voltage may exist between the computer electronics and the mains wiring ...


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Since Retina is an Apple trademark, the "official" answer is no third-party display gets that recognition. According to wikipedia, all Mac that are marketed with Retina displays have a pixel density of 220 PPI or thereabouts, so you could make an argument that any external display that's IPS and at least 220 pixels per inch would be in the "Retina class". ...


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Isn't it the advanced log out feature found under Advanced in Security & Privacy? I've disabled "Log out after # minutes of activity" on El Capitan (see screenshot) to keep my desktop session open regardless of time. I did check the "Require an administrator password" to prevent normal users to change a locked system. You might also want to check ...


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I'd save your money & pick something up when you get there, in the airport. All airports carry a supply of foreign > home country adapters, for just such occasions. The Apple kit looks like it has adaptor for UK, US, EU, Australia - which is pretty wide, but not total coverage. There are 15 different IEC plug standards worldwide - some are ...


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Just install the system again: it shouldn't overwrite any files outside of the system.


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Go to the Applications folder and start up the Font Book app and do File > Restore Standard Fonts and restart. If that doesn't work, try a Safe Boot.


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For a definitive, although OS specific, answer, from Memory Usage Performance Guidelines: Wired Memory Wired memory (also called resident memory) stores kernel code and data structures that must never be paged out to disk. Applications, frameworks, and other user-level software cannot allocate wired memory. However, they can affect how much wired ...


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All the iTunes content is inside the directory: ~/Music/iTunes more precisely: /Users/<your_user_name>/Music/iTunes. You can use special application tool like DaisyDisk to locate some particular content inside your Mac computer.


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Music is a default folder under FAVORITES on the Sidebar of Finder and you should be able to select it and then see your iTunes Folder. If the Sidebar isn't shown, click Finder > View > Show Sidebar. If Music isn't in Finder's Sidebar then go to the menu bar Finder > Preferences... > Sidebar and click the checkbox by Music to have it appear in the Sidebar. ...


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I had the same problem and FINALLY found a workable solution. Run this in your terminal. After this you just need to manually connect to your bluetooth audio system. sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist DontPageAudioDevices 1


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So you mean browser tabs rather than application windows? Answer is no. That's the purpose of private mode / incognito tabs. Once closed - they are gone. If you talk about opened programs, that is possible.


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The adapter shown below, in Apple's World Travel Adapter Kit, will work in India.



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