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Mar
27
comment How do I know a mac needs to restart?
When used to begin a command line update softwareupdate will output a restart required message. Otherwise the tool lists available updates. Hopefully the /Library/Updates folder will provide the information you need.
Mar
27
revised How do I know a mac needs to restart?
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Mar
27
comment How do I know a mac needs to restart?
Take a look inside the /Library/Updates/ folder. I suspect this is where pending updates are documented.
Mar
27
revised How do I know a mac needs to restart?
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27
revised How do I know a mac needs to restart?
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Mar
27
answered How do I know a mac needs to restart?
Mar
26
reviewed Reviewed Is it better to have more cores or higher processor clock speed to decrease build time for iOS projects
Mar
26
reviewed Reviewed AppleScript for restarting to Bootcamp?
Mar
26
revised AppleScript for restarting to Bootcamp?
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Mar
26
reviewed Reviewed MacBook Pro Mid 2012 crashing after SSD upgrade
Mar
23
revised Can a Parallels VM be salvaged from a recovered .hds file (200gb file)?
Reordered to highlight question.
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed Booting up gets hung up at around 50%
Mar
23
reviewed No Action Needed Whats the value for DNS when you leave blank DNS in static IP?
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed Can a Parallels VM be salvaged from a recovered .hds file (200gb file)?
Mar
23
revised Can a Parallels VM be salvaged from a recovered .hds file (200gb file)?
Links and quoted TestDisk.
Mar
22
reviewed Approve Spotlight icon missing on Yosemite
Mar
19
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Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
comment How to import from OneNote on Windows to the Mac edition of OneNote?
@Michael please can you ask a new question. Doing so will attract answers.
Mar
16
revised MacBook Pro failing Internet Recovery with exclamation mark
Clarifying title and question.