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Hi there,
i'm having problems in my mac, when i click in "Finder" i don't have the 4 option like you can see in the image.

How can repare this?
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You mean you don't have "Servicos"?
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I don't have "Esvaziar o lixo de forma segura"!
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Try resetting Finder, Apple Button > Force Quit > Finder > Relaunch. See if that fixes it.

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That didn't work either
It steel missing.
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Menu settings are part of the system User Interface (UI). On my Mac, the plist for that is here: HD/Users/MyUserName/Library/Preferences

The file is called com.apple.systemuiserver.plist

Not sure how that will translate. But, if you can locate the file, move it to your Desktop.
Now Restart the computer. It will make a new plist file in the same folder. Did that fix it?
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That is for emptying the trash. Put something in the trash and see if it comes up or maybe you have set up to empty trash automatically?

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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He has empty trash, just not secure empty trash.

I'm not sure why it's not there though.

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