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OS 10.3 - Dashboard query


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Im wondering how i can stop some of my applications booting when i load the computer as i am low of ram at the moment is there a wat to stop things like:

IPhoto
Imovie etc

to not load on startup
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Hi,

Im wondering how i can stop some of my applications booting when i load the computer as i am low of ram at the moment is there a wat to stop things like:

IPhoto
Imovie etc

to not load on startup
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