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Member Since: Mar 28, 2011
Location: Romania
Posts: 14
Epurica will become famous soon enough
Mac Specs: MBA 2.13 Ghz, 4 Gb, 256 SSD

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You can do a little experiment Restart both your Mac and your Pc. When you log back in, you'll see on the Mac that you have a little blue dot under the Finder Icon. In Windows, hit Ctrl+Alt+Del and you'll see in the Processes tab that Explorer is running. On both operating systems, it runs automatically in the background. The only difference is that Mac Os lets you know which of the applications are running in the background by placing a little blue light under the applications icon, and Windows lets you see processes running by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete
The blue light is there for everyone. There's nothing wrong you are doing, it's just the way it's supposed to be
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