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No. No battery will be saved regardless of what color your screen is. This only applies when the screen is OLED, like in the Apple Watch. You can save battery by lowering the screen brightness, though.


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I think the only way is upgrade to Sierra Beta.


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To completely clear the screen in Terminal, so there is no scroll back, you can either use the menu and click Edit > Clear to start or use the keyboard and press: command-K


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VNC is one of the base OS X services, and is not provided by Server.app. You can safely update Server if VNC is the only service you need to connect. I have updated server many times in the past over VNC. However, if you are using Server's VPN to make a secure connection and are running VNC on top of that, you may have problems. VPN is one of the services ...


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This is a new feature in macOS Sierra. It allows you to put Desktop and Documents folder in iCloud Drive so you can access it in all of your Mac connected to that account and even iOS devices. You can disable it by pressing Apple Menu -> About this Mac, then go to storage and click Manage under Macintosh HD( or the name of your macOS partition) then in the ...


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While I'm not sure what the reason is (maybe a beta glitch or temporary decision), you should be able to work around it by using the Go To Folder command in the Finder and entering ~/Documents. Then drag it to the Favorites sidebar and you can always access it from there.


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To follow up on bmike's answer, the app identifier is com.logitech.Solar-App. So the code you want to put in your asl.conf is ? [= Facility com.logitech.Solar-App] ignore If you want to confirm that I'm right about your app identifier, try: /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c 'Print CFBundleIdentifier' /Applications/Solar\ App.app/Contents/Info.plist And if ...


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Yes, collaps the second partition into the OSX partition. After that you have one partition. Then use Bootcamp to Partition/install Windows


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I figured it out. First you quit Google Drive and remove the Google Drive folder. Then start up Google Drive again. It shows an error message saying that it can't find the folder. Here's the part that took me a while: the error message text is clickable, and opens a dialog in which one can specify a new folder.



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