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The BitDefender website does claim that the Mac version will remove Windows malware. I can't find anything specifically mentioning email or network drives, but it would be a significant and unlikely oversight. It's worth pointing out that BitDefender contains (and has contained) security vulnerabilities that can be exploited in itself.


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To use the Graphical User Interface (GUI) provided by Microsoft to install Windows 10 on disk1 of your Mac, you would have to remove the disk1s2 partition containing the APFS Container disk2. To keep this partition and also install Windows 10 to this drive, you will have to use the Windows 10 Command Line Interface (CLI). Basically, you will need to run the ...


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I am not familiar with that particular SSD, however if it is a standard form factor 2.5" SATA drive then it should work. This take apart on fixit.com shows replacing the HD in a 13" 2012 MacBook Pro. I don't know where you heard that Macs can't boot from an optical drive but that is patently false. macOS used to come on optical media that you had to boot ...


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I have had success with simply mounting and using File Explorer to locate the DCIM directory and copying it out. However, I found it easiest to delete the photos from within the Photos app on the phone itself, despite how tedious that is. You have to go into the Photos app, select the camera roll album, press 'Select' at the top right, and drag to select ...


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You can try "MS-DOS FAT" formatting with "Master Boot Record" scheme a flash drive. Next mount the download of the current version of Windows 10. Copy all the files from the mounted ISO to the flash drive. Try booting on a Windows machine. If this does not work, then you could install VirtualBox. This is a free product. You can install Windows as a virtual ...


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I asked in support from Crossover and the answer is: Use Command + letter This does work. There is a separate problem then is that the movement keys using Command such as Commandright arrow for End do not work. But I'll handle that separately.


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You model identifier is either MacBookPro9,1 (15" screen) or MacBookPro9,2 (13" screen). The drive does work in your Mac as a replacement drive for the original internal drive. In other words, the drive can be found on the Kingston website for System Specific Memory for Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (Mid 2012) and System Specific Memory for Apple MacBook Pro 13-...


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From Bitdefender Total Security User's Guide, Publication date 05/12/2019, on page 74 of bitdefender_ts_2019_userguide_en.pdf: 4.1.1. On-access scanning (real-time protection) Bitdefender provides real-time protection against a wide range of threats by scanning all accessed files and email messages. From page 73: Bitdefender automatically scans ...


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Wine emulates the registry so this might be more about putty being amenable to this alternate SDK. https://wiki.winehq.org/Regedit https://wiki.winehq.org/Winelib wine regedit If the second link saying putty is ported is wrong, hopefully you don’t have to dump the registry and translate them to a terminal setup. ssh (as are the other tools) is native on ...


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Updating any drivers for Windows 10 can be accomplished through the following methods. While booted to Windows, run Apple Software Update. While booted to Windows, run Windows Update. While booted to macOS, run the Boot Camp Assistant. Look for Download Windows Support Software under Action on the menu bar. Copy the files to a FAT32 or ExFAT formatted flash ...


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Holding down the option key will involve the Startup Manager. If you hold down the control key before making your selection, then your selection will become the default. This works for both internally and externally installed operating systems. If Windows on the external drive is the default and the external drive is not connected, then the firmware will ...


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Time Machine uses native MacOS file systems so not without extra software. A possibility untried by me would be the Paragon drivers from https://www.paragon-software.com/home/. If you are a bit adventurous you could also look into running MacOS in a virtual machine and let that access your USB-disk. Safest bet though is to borrow someone elses Mac and ...


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