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One way to determine what an installer package is going to install (or installed) and where, is to look at the installer package with Pacifist as it will give you the hierarchal folder layout of files installed outside the application bundle as well. This can be used to aide in a manual uninstall as necessary if AppCleaner does not do a complete job of ...


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A new, better answer. First I used virtual box. Then I used browserstack Now I use parallels Around for a few years but lately made robust and even friendlier. It's even easier than the others, setup is easier, saving state is easier, keyboard-mouse integration is better. Generally its better. Only item of note is that it cost about $80 which should be ...


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So there are a bunch of comments about the merit of the question which it seems you e taken the time to look at and assess. I'll jump right in to starting the discussion on upgrading. Firstly, to be clear you're looking at a new early 2015 13" MBP (I assume you're not interested in a 15", which can support quad core processors and add a whole new layer to ...


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In my case, I have found a temporary way to bypass this. by using ls -la I found out that the folder belongs to root instead of the user that was created when I provisioned the VM. Since trying to change the owner of the folder or its content did not work, I copied the folder to my home directory sudo cp -r foldername ~/foldername then I was able to ...


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No. Visual Studio Code is a glorified text editor I am not certain, but usually enterprise is for volume licensing, although there may be other features given in enterprise not present in professional. I think this is personal preference, pros are you don't need to burn a DVD or mount an ISO, and rather than one large file download it is lots of little ...



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