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

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I cant seem to find out my system details eg. graphics card details, RAM, Hard drive capacity etc.I know what some of them are from the box but is there any way on my mac that I can find out this data?

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Click on the Apple, top left.
Click on "About this Mac".
Click on "More Info..."

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cheers buddy, sorry, new to mac's just finding the little things out..i've worked out program use etc as thats rather simple but certain things are a little harder to find
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Once you get used to it, you'll notice it takes fewer clicks to find things compared to Windows.
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