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MacBook Pro - Fast User Swiching on the MacBook Pro


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Does anyone here manage 2 or more companys with theyr MacBook pro? I was wondering if it would be a good idea to set each company as a User, so that if i want to ascess the mail, or the Exel Data from each company I just switch USERS and bling bling :robot:, this instead of having various folders in one User, with the data.

Can i pass info between each users?

Any suggestions?

Here is the link :
http://www.apple.com/macosx/theater/...switching.html
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Sounds like a good idea to completely separate the data from each. You can share data between the users by using the /Users/shared directory.
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