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New to Mac Book Pro...Help Needed

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I am new to the Mac World as of Today. I got a Mac Book Pro and need to locate some tutorials on Mac Book Pro. Already I have had some problems obtaining the admin password to be able to DL software? I got the machine @ BB, and they set it up???

I got the Mac to do Photo related work, as I run - Home which is a LIVE music site. I am learning Concert Photography....


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It might be a good idea to just do a clean install. That way you can set the passwords and stuff.

If not you can always contact the place that you bought it and ask them.

For the tutorials on Macs in general...linky.

I'm sure you can find more tutorials but just running a google search.

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