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Disk Utility, the disk-image program Disk images are very cool. Both of them? suggested Mrs Medlock. Dr Craven turned reproachfully to Mrs Medlock. Unless this “Require an administrator password” box is turned on, that is. It’s a free program that creates an effect very similar to Notification Center—but with far more customization. The tabs across the top reveal similarly precise details about your Displays and Storage. So how do you choose which tags get these exalted positions? In the dialog box shown in Figure 3-8 (middle), drag each favored tag’s name into the Favorite Tags box at bottom. Click either Apply or Don’t Apply. If you click Continue, it presents a series of screens, posing one question at a time: what you want to name the network, what password you want for it, and so on. I stay in this room because I don't want to be moved out of it. It teaches you how to use Yosemite’s new Continuity features, set up private accounts for people who share a Mac, create a network for file sharing and screen sharing, navigate the System Preferences program (the Mac equivalent of the Windows Control Panel), use the Notification Center, operate the 50 or so freebie bonus programs that come with OS X. To make one of your iPhones, iPads, or iPod Touches stop ringing, turn off SettingsÆFaceTimeÆiPhone Cellular Calls. Any of these techniques also work to get network disks and disk images off your screen. If I haven't time today I can come tomorrow. A typical move would be recorded 640 switching to the mac: the missing manual as “Nb8 – c6,” meaning the knight on the b8 square moved to the c6 square. I've got th' rheumatics. Just erase the Windows hard drive using Disk Utility, as described on page 701, and format it as a Mac drive. If anybody is, in fact, connected to your Mac at the time (from a Mac), you, the door-slammer, get to see the dialog box in Figure 16-13, which sends a little warning message to whomever’s connected to your Mac. (The advantage here, of course, is that you don’t have to highlight the word first) “Basic Mac program,” in this case, means one of the Apple standards: Mail, Stickies, Safari, TextEdit, Messages, and so on. Start by creating a brand-new account.