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I want to increase my memory storage in a 2010 MacBook Air. I found an upgrade kit on the OWC website, which comes with the tool for opening the back. Does anyone have experience with this process, and is it very risky?
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owc has instructional video how-to, their support is top notch, so does the price, you get what you pay for, memory upgrade is lowest risk diy, plain and simple.
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