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How to find out when my PowerBook was built


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I remember once downloading a widget that showed you when a Mac was built. It would tell you where the machine was built and the week of the month I believe. I tried searching for it on Google and I couldn't find anything and I had a look around Apple.com but could find anything.

Does anyone have this widget or know it's name?
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This is the site you want http://www.coconut-flavour.com/cocon...ard/index.html his other battery app is very good aswell
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Interesting, it says my 1.25Ghz PowerBook was made between March 2005 and September 2005, I guess this is refurbished.
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