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    Smile Got my Mac!
    I am sitting here in front of my new imac, 21.5 inch screen, desktop, and all I can say is WOW !!!!!!

    Took me forever to figure out how to eject the cd from the slot! Felt stupid when I finally figured it out! I've got a lot to learn!

    Got the Book out, reading a lot, it sure is different!

    But, I am online, got my mail, and I am navigating the web!

    I have a lot to explore! Wish me luck!

    At the risk of sounding DUH, how do I bookmark pages???

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    iMac 27" 2.66GHz i5, 1TB HDD, 12GB RAM, OS X 10.7.3, iPod Classic 160GB,iPad 1 64GB Wi-fi, iPhone 4S
    Congrats on the new iMac...you are going to love it.

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    Never mind, figured out the bookmark thing,

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    Thanks! And never mind about the bookmark thing, figured it out! Duh!

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    welcome aboard.... yea, once you go Mac you won't go back :}
    ~rb
    iPhone 4 /16GB MacBook3,1 iPad my blog

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    Hey man, any questions you've got, seriously. Just let me know... pm me if you have to, but I'll gladly help you get accustomed to things, as I'm sure everyone else here will, too. Bookmarks usually depend on the browser, in Chrome it's command D, but you can always go to the "bookmarks" tab and add new ones.

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    Mac Mini (Late 2014) 2.6GHz Intel Core i5 Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3
    Congratulations! Any question from a new Mac owner is a good question! (excludes trolls posing as new users)

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