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jahblade said:My DRM tool stop working, when I upgraded to macOS High Sierra. I tried downgrading iTunes "not permitted". Developer response "The High Sierra OS is a big challenge to the entire DRM removal industry, Apple release this operating system to prevent all the third party software to remove DRM from iTunes. We will try our best to find a good solution as soon as possible." I wonder if this can be a solution?
p.s. Btw, what's the big reason to switch right away to High Sierra.
fastasleep said:applesandbannanas said:I have an iPhone 6. It works perfectly well, but since the removal of the headphone socket, and now the fingerprint recognition. I'm out. About the only iPhone I'll upgrade to would be a 6s. The new Galaxy S9, is looking promising too, even though I hate Android.
Two posts too many. LOL
Sorry Greg for posting the same thing. I was too quick to reply before reading all the posts.greg uvan said:First, the ~ in the path doesn't specify "this Mac" it specifies the current user's home folder, wherever that may be.
But, there is a much easier way to get to the library. Click the Go menu in the finder, press Option, the Library appears in the list, click it.
By the way, the Command-Shift-Period shortcut is an excellent tip.
So far I see only a couple of users mention to at least backed up. You'd think after one incident of losing info a person would learn to backup. If any data is that important you'd think someone would backup. I mean how long does it take to do a backup the day you're working on something important? Backup, backup, backup people and once in awhile do a HDD copy or clone.
Seriously, I'd rather get a Dell...much cheaper.
Or maybe the Lenovo?
If any of you have ever watch The Flash or Arrow you would have seen these two years ago.
Microsoft innovative? My @$$!!