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Us Mac users ask the same question the other way: Why do you need an (un)installer for everything in Windows? The majority of Mac programs are complete bundles - all their resources are in the Application's folder (right click on App icon -> Show Package Contents). So they will run from anywhere, there's a system variable that tells the code where it is. ...


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Command+W doesn’t hide the apps; it closes the current active window. That's why you can't show them up using Command+Tab, because the window is no longer exist. You can hide application using Command+H. This shortcut won’t close the window, so you can bring all the hidden windows of a application back by using Command+Tab and selecting the application.


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Go to iPhoto → Preferences → Advanced and uncheck Copy items to the iPhoto Library. Note that iPhoto will still copy files to its library if you import photos from an SD card, etc. Instead, copy them where you want first then import them. Also, changing this setting on an existing library will not relocate media that has already been imported. You can ...


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If you are creating a Windows install disk then you can't unselect the option to download the Windows support software. Boot Camp Assistant, whilst creating the boot disk, will copy the relevant support software into the install media. This process requires a copy of the Windows support software which it will download from the internet. There is currently ...


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Mou Mou is my favourite Markdown editor for editing GitHub files and other documentation. Its live preview is priceless for editing in this way, especially using the specifically-designed GitHub theme that mimics the end result as shown on GitHub's preview and wiki pages. The app also lets you export to HTML along with the CSS so that you can upload the ...



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