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I couldn't recall the error message.  I just went back and looked. iPhoto is no longer in Applications. Does it come with Mavericks or just sold separately?  
If you're concerned about paying for a Quicken alternative - only to find it's not for you, FWIW:   http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-free-financial-software-alternative-to-quicken/
  No Personal Finance software seems to be the definitive replacement for Quicken for Windows. iBank 5 vs. Quicken Essentials https://www.iggsoftware.com/ibank/compare_essentials.php iBank Review – Is iBank 5 The Best Mac Personal Finance App? http://investorjunkie.com/26237/ibank-review/   Readers Respond: What is the Best Personal Finance Software For Mac,and...
Why Does Intuit Hate Mac Users?   http://www.maclife.com/article/columns/quicken_lion_why_does_intuit_hate_mac_users
FWFFrom Quicken site:From From Intuit / Quicken site:   http://quicken.intuit.com/personal-finance-software/quicken-2007-osx-lion.jsp $14.99   Download CD-ROM Quicken Mac 2007 OS X Lion compatible See if this version is right for you: Quicken Mac 2007 OS X Lion compatible is a re-engineered version of Quicken Mac 2007 that will work on OS X 10.7 (Lion). This version is ideal for Quicken for Mac customers who use Apple's latest operating system OS X Lion. New...
I've tried Quicken Essentials but I'm not happy with it and want to go back to my Quicken 2006 version; however, it won't work with Mavericks.     Meanwhile, I'm using Mint which leaves something to be desired, so I still prefer Quicken.     Boot Camp requires Windows  - not for me -  and certainly not for just one app.     What's the next best way to use my older version of Quicken?     Thanks
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?  
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