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can anyone with getting the info from "invisible files"????
I am a Mac newbie after 10 years of PCing.... :confused:
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Download Cocktail (Google it, it's a common Mac OS X app). It's a free maintenance app, and there's an option to see all the 'invisible files'.

Hope this helps, and hope you enjoy your new iMac G5!
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could you clarify?
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