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I just bought a new updated MacBook with leopard preloaded yesterday. I'm new to mac.. So my question may sound stupid...how can I maximize the application window such as safari to the full screen like PC? I also can't find the boot camp or boot camp assitant under the application / utility. I tried to reinstall the preload software bundle but it still not able to get me the boot camp... Please help.. Thank you
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