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Error message when I attempted to open ClickToFlash.pkg:---------------------“ClickToFlash.pkg” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer. Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers.---------------------Clicking ClickToFlash - “Open Anyway” -  under Security & Privacy still results in the above error message.   Suggestions?
I've been using RealPlayer Downloader (since the Dark Ages) as it downloads different formats automatically.  Will QuickTime do that?  Can you suggest a better downloader than RealPlayer?
I'm too dense to understand that.  Shouldn't I be using RealPlayer?  If not, what should I use?
  How do I make this larger? I clicked on 'large' to submit this, but this is the size it uploaded. ​Should I quit any of these to regain memory?  
Marvin,  Activity Monitor shows 7.96 of 8 GB in use.  Other than apps, I don't know what many of these heavy memory users are. Could you advise me what can be quit safely?  Why are there many Safari Web Content users? Thanks.     Ooops,  The Activity Monitor (screen snap) shows up in the AI preview but not when it's submitted. What should I do to attach it?
You’re mistaken about Microsoft’s licensing procedures. I don’t understand why you’re bugging me about it.  Do you work for Microsoft?  Will you get a salary cut if someone doesn't "fork over some dough" for an older version of MS Office? I teach at Miami-Dade College, the second largest college in the US with over 161,000 students.  MDC has a(n) MS Office license that permits the library to offer that app to faculty and students without having to "fork over some dough". ...
I'm have the same situation as MiMac Are Activity Monitor and Process Viewer the same. If not, how is Process Viewer accessed? SpotLight doesn't show it.  If they are the same,  there's no 'All processes' at the top of my Mavericks version.  I don't see "page outs"  or "compressed memory" either.
I get an error message when I try to open iPhoto.  Does iPhoto come with Mavericks? It shows in the list of apps that downloaded with Mavericks but doesn't open.   I can't find an update for it.  Is it sold separately from Mavericks?
You're right but that was an older version - 2008 I think. I have a previous (purchased) version that I thought could be upgraded by it.    However, I deleted everything I could find of the 2008 version as I couldn't get it to work anyway.   I've heard  that Softronics is a reliable company but have no idea why they 'give away' software.   http://www.softronix.com/   http://www.linkedin.com/company/softronics
I downloaded a supposedly free version of MS Office from Softronics to my iMac. It showed the entire downloading process; however, I can't locate it. Spotlight doesn't show it; it isn't in Applications; it isn't in the dock or in the downloads folder.  Where else could it be?  Should I assume that it didn't actually download despite indications that it had? What else should I do or should have done? I'm stymied.
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