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My close Minimize and expand Buttons in the upper left hand of the screen are all Grey. they used to be red Yellow and Green how can i change them back? i am new to mac and i love it thanks in advance mark
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Open System Prefs (found in your utilities folder in the applications folder) and click on the Appearance section. Does the first pop-up menu in the list say Graphite or Blue? If its graphite, switch it back to blue.

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i really appreciate it.... now how do i make it so when i start to type my email login at a website it will finish itself?
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Are you using Safari? Open Safari's prefs, and in the Autofil tab, and check off the boxes.

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