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How can i get disk details displayed on my desktop? Ive seen ppl with fancy displays....Im new 2 mac incase some ppl are wondering y i have so many questions.
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Have a look at www.islayer.com they have various free products that can display disk, cpu, memory, battery, temperature info and more.

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