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Just started my new iMac and have a couple of questions:

1. Dashboard has only 4 widgets, calculator, calendar, weather and clock. How do I find the other installed widgets and include some?
2. Does the wireless keyboard have a delete key or just the backspace?

I'm sure there will be more questions, tia
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Dashboard - in the bottom left corner of the screen, you should see a plus (+) in a circle. Click on that and you'll see the built in widgets. You can download more from Apple's website and they'll appear in the same list once installed.

Keyboard - use Fn+Delete to mimic the windows Delete key.
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cmd + backspace achieves the same result, ie, Delete in virtually all apps (Apple and independent).

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