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Hello everyone. I have noticed that programs I install on my macbook disappear after rebooting my system. The two programs i have installed are Open Office and the game Diablo 3. I have reinstalled Open Office three times now, but each time I turn my macbook on the program does not show up on the desktop or in the applications. Thank you for reading my post. Please help and leave what advice you can.
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