iMac FAQ

The original iMac was the first Macintosh computer to have a USB port. It was also the first legacy-free PC, and the first computer without a floppy disk drive. USB, being cross-platform, has allowed Macintosh users to select from a large selection of devices marketed for the Wintel PC platform, such as hubs, scanners, storage devices, USB flash drives, and mice. After iMac, Apple continued to remove older peripheral interfaces and floppy drives from the rest of its product line. Here come some of the most frequently asked questions about iMac:

I want to sell my old iMac, how should I proceed?

Is It Safe to Force Quit and Application?

What is Activity Monitor?

How to Repair Permissions

What is Target Mode (Mac as Hard Drive)

What to Do is OS X Won't Let Me Access a File or Folder







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