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But if it works on your system, it’s a nearly effortless automatic tool that copies all your important data from a Windows PC (running Windows XP SP3 or later) to your Mac. As she came closer to him she noticed that there was a clean fresh scent of heather and grass and leaves about him, almost as if he were made of them. It's the strangest house any one ever lived in, said Mary drowsily, as she dropped her head on the cushioned seat of the armchair near her. 3. This is your complete list of programs. Whatever does tha' want a spade for? asked Martha, laughing. If they wished I would, she said, I wouldn't. Sparkly animated twinkles surround any new app you’ve installed. In any case, begin by making sure that the Calendars list is open. Tap the space bar to make the folder spring open at your command. Mary did not ask any more questions. The Guest account The Guest account is great for accommodating visitors, buddies, or anyone else who was just passing through and wanted to use your Mac for a while. On the phone, it’s SettingsÆBluetooth. If you’re planning a trip, the widget can show you a list of flights that match your itinerary. In that case, turn on this option. And what if a photo doesn’t precisely fit the proportions you’ve selected? The Crop commands in the Layout menu (for example, “Crop to 4 × 6”) center each photo within the specified shape and then trim the outer borders if necessary. What if you worry about the security of your Mac’s info, but you don’t want to erase it completely and just want to throw a low-level veil of casual protection over the thing? Easy: Lock it by remote control. You can’t read an article about OS X without hearing certain technical buzzwords that were once exclusively the domain of computer engineers: preemptive multitasking, multithreading, symmetrical multiprocessing, dynamic memory allocation, and memory protection, for example. (For example, fn turns the “ key into a Page Up key, which scrolls upward by one screenful) Note: On most Mac keyboards, the fn key is in the lower-left corner. Note: In Full Screen mode, any individual message that you double-click pops front and center; the rest of the screen, including all your lists and panes and other messages, fades and becomes inactive.