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Files disappear after rebooting MacBook


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I have noticed that programs I install on my macbook disappear after rebooting my system. For example, 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. I am using an administrator account, and I don't know why this is happening. Please help.
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