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accepted My Today Extensions in El Capitan are all missing
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answered My Today Extensions in El Capitan are all missing
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asked My Today Extensions in El Capitan are all missing
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comment I removed Boot Camp the hard way, but then I got a Windows error anyway. Should I be concerned?
Out of curiosity, in Disk Utility in El Capitan, my hard drive (APPLE SSD SM1024F) shows 998.87 GB used for Macintosh HD and 1.12 GB "free space" and the pie chart interface gives no way of using that space (and Disk Utility in Internet Recovery mode doesn't show it at all). I don't care about that last 1.12GB of free space (especially if trying to reclaim it would be difficult) but I'm wondering if that's a side effect of the Boot Camp process or what. My work MBP (500GB SSD, never had Boot Camp) shows 100% of the disk used. Is that 1.12GB the EFI and Recovery Boot partitions? Thanks again.
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comment I removed Boot Camp the hard way, but then I got a Windows error anyway. Should I be concerned?
Excellent, this did the trick. Many thanks.
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accepted I removed Boot Camp the hard way, but then I got a Windows error anyway. Should I be concerned?
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comment I removed Boot Camp the hard way, but then I got a Windows error anyway. Should I be concerned?
@DavidAnderson: pastebin.com/JB1vtLnt Is the "EFI" line related to the culprit at all?
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asked I removed Boot Camp the hard way, but then I got a Windows error anyway. Should I be concerned?
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comment How can I secure a Retina MacBook Pro to a desk? (similar to how the older MacBook Pro could use a Kensington Lock)
@WesSayeed my guess would be that the thing that makes this expensive is the (motorized?) connections to the various ports on your machine, so perhaps with the lock in place it refuses to let go if OS X is locked? (the green button apparently ties into some tray app you run). Dunno.
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comment How can I secure a Retina MacBook Pro to a desk? (similar to how the older MacBook Pro could use a Kensington Lock)
I'll float this past the boss man but $399 is a lot of money. I have the regular vertical Henge Dock at the house and I thought of floating that but it wouldn't solve the lock issue, it's not cheaper, and it requires some investment (extra connectors, KB+TP) and foregoes the Retina display (whereas this horizontal one doesn't). To say nothing of the fact that Henge Docks are aimed at people who come and go a lot and I'm aiming to leave my rMBP in place most of the time. Thanks for the tip though.
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comment How can I secure a Retina MacBook Pro to a desk? (similar to how the older MacBook Pro could use a Kensington Lock)
That's not a bad suggestion, although I'm currently also using the keyboard and display of the MacBook itself (in addition to hooking it up to two 1080p monitors) since it's the only Retina display of the three for @2x testing as well as the fact that I'm just really accustomed to using the keyboard/trackpad. Good point on the 5 min/day thing.
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asked How can I secure a Retina MacBook Pro to a desk? (similar to how the older MacBook Pro could use a Kensington Lock)
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accepted How is a large, spread out company supposed to work with the iOS Developer Program?
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