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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Just got my refurbished macbook pro 13.3 and I'm very excited about it.

Kindly tell me please how to download netflix and Skype to my laptop.
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Not sure if troll...

You can just type the words "skype mac" in the google search bar. The internet will show you the way!

p.s. you could even type "how to install skype on mac" In the google search bar

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Go to skype.com and and download the package and install..go to netflix.com and download the package and install..kinda works the same for all things you want to install..

With the DMG file, most of the time it's just an operation of copying the application to the Application folder, but some of them do have an installer that you can run..

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