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Greetings!

I'd became bored with PC's and purchased this

Refurbished MacBook Pro 2.0GHz quad-core Intel i7 - Apple Store (U.S.)


My wife will still and always be PC based.
She is running windows 7.
Is it possible for me to give her read/write access certain folders on my MB PRO?



I'm basically using my new MB Pro for music streaming, minor photo editing, web/e-mail and work stuff word/excel/powerpoint.

I plan to upgrade to 8 gigs of ram down the road.

I can't wait to get my new machine and starting to learn this new(to me)
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