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Command-Delete followed by Shift-Cmd-Delete (Move to trash, empty trash).
That's funny, in Australia it costs to send SMS but is free to receive.
Tell us what apps you are running and we can respond. The spinning circle suggests deep system-related activity like virtual memory activity. OS X doesn't tend to suffer the same crippling slow-downs as Windows though a regular (once a month or so) system clean does seem to help prevent degradation in performance. There are plenty of system maintenance utilities that help to keep your system lean and mean. Try a full system clean with "MainMenu" and see if that...
My understanding Is Bootcamp doesn't like to install Windows unless you only have one partition on your hard-drive...unfortunately, the only way around this is to completely back up your OS X partition and re-install it after combining all separate disk-utility partitions into one. BootCamp uses a flexible partition system on the Mac OS X partition. This is a hassle but is the only way around your current situation. Maybe the Boot Camp that comes with Leopard won't be...
My money is on minor bug fixes included in Security updates...no 10.4.10
Hi Guys, Isn't it time for a new theme for this forum? I find the colour scheme a bit bland and hard to read with its greys on grey on grey. Something a bit livelier and brighter (more Leopard inspired) would be nice. MacNN's forums are looking really good now. \
256 kbps iTunes is LONG overdue. My entire library is 256kbps and I haven't bought much from the store because I didn't think paying for a lowly 128 kbps was worth it. I think what Jobs says about EMI being a "leader" is absolutely true...once the other companies see how popular the new DRM-Free music is they'll be forced to compete by freeing up their music.
Clearing out user and system cache's and temporary items can help. Running "MainMenu" I got back half a gig.
Surely Apple will release Leopard in or before June...it sounds like a May release may even be possible. I'm patient enough to let them do it when they feel it's stable enough with minimal bugs. Surely too there are some features they won't tell us about til the release day to create additional hype/excitement. And it better have too...at this stage I wouldn't be rushing out to hand over AU$200. But when the RDF (reality distortion field) starts broadcasting from...
You want nostalgia...I still have a copy of the Mac OS X PUBLIC BETA Of course you would need to turn the clock back to be able to install it (might as well get into the retro spirit). Remember the blue Apple icon in the centre of the menu bar!!! If any collector out there wants to make me an offer...I'll be happy to sell.
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