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Find the MAC Address on Snow Leopard or Leopard

In this guide, we will explain how you can find out the Mac address on your Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6 (Leopard or Snow Leopard). Instructions to Find the MAC Address on Snow Leopard or Leopard: 1. From the Apple menu in the upper left hand corner choose System Preferences or click the icon…

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Change DNS Server on Mac OS X

Computers use IP addresses to connect to one another. When you type a web address in your browser, your Mac routes the domain address through a  Domain Name System (DNS), the DNS translates the human-friendly web address into a computer-friendly IP address. Every ISP usually has their own DNS server, but it’s not always the…

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Immediately Find Downloads on Mac OS X

If you download some items from the Safari browser on a Mac, you can open the Finder and find the downloaded items from the default Downloads folder on your hard disk. Unlike a Windows PC, on Mac OS X, when you download something in OS X, it’ll head immediately to the downloads folder without a…

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