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Jun
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asked Chrome kills my 16gb ram new iMac but runs fine on 2gb 5yr old Air?
Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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asked MacBook Air (OSX 10.7.5, 2gb RAM, 1.5gb free storage) constantly running out of RAM with only browser open
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
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asked iOS: Tapping Update in App Store just launches the app
Nov
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asked All my music needs to be downloaded again?
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Sep
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comment Mac (OS X 10.9.2) no longer saving screen shots
@MarkReed no I didnt - its still playing up. I ended up downloading the Lightshot app: app.prntscr.com/en/index.html its a bit more user friendly too
Aug
29
asked Dock randomly switches between screens. Any way to stop?
Aug
11
asked How can I simply and quickly upload just 1 photo from my iPhone to a PC or Mac?
Jul
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awarded  Editor
May
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comment Is there a way to 'search' for items on the desktop by typing the first few letters of the file name?
@MacLemon I've added a written example of what I mean above. Its kind of hard to take screen shots of.
May
27
revised Is there a way to 'search' for items on the desktop by typing the first few letters of the file name?
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May
25
comment Is there a way to 'search' for items on the desktop by typing the first few letters of the file name?
@MacLemon Yes and thats my issue. That feature is not working properly for me and I am looking for a solution
May
25
comment Is there a way to 'search' for items on the desktop by typing the first few letters of the file name?
I am typing these into the 'finder'. I am not entering the text into any text box or search program like spot light, I am just typing them when I have a Finder window open. The expected result is that the file whose name starts with the first few letters I type will bi highlighted.
May
25
asked Is there a way to 'search' for items on the desktop by typing the first few letters of the file name?