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    Is Apple company a sellout?
    I'm glad Apple made lot of good products for such a long time, but I'm starting to think they don't care about their main core, which is osx. For example, Apple didn't fix the secure trash issue when it's been going on for a long time.
    I used to believe mac was a flawless computer meaning there were no crashes or any problematic.

    Anyone feel me?

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    You mean unlike OS X 10.7 they just announced?

    I'm thinking it's just you.

    Anything as complex as an OS will have bugs. To think something would be flawless is just delusional.
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    How dare you speak ill of Apple!

    Ughh what secure trash issue?
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    Secure empty trash works fine for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb View Post
    You mean unlike OS X 10.7 they just announced?

    I'm thinking it's just you.

    Anything as complex as an OS will have bugs. To think something would be flawless is just delusional.
    What 10.7 announcement ? My secure trash works.

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    What 10.7 announcement?
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    I'm curious what about secure trash mine works fine. A rant is a rant without a link or an
    example which this is the second time I have seen this mentioned without any clue as to
    the problem only to state one exists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koban4max View Post
    I'm glad Apple made lot of good products for such a long time, but I'm starting to think they don't care about their main core, which is osx. For example, Apple didn't fix the secure trash issue when it's been going on for a long time.
    I used to believe mac was a flawless computer meaning there were no crashes or any problematic.

    Anyone feel me?
    I believe Apple has not lost it focus on it main core, which is hardware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    How dare you speak ill of Apple!

    Ughh what secure trash issue?
    eh, there have been some issues about trying to secure trash

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    Quote Originally Posted by koban4max View Post
    eh, there have been some issues about trying to secure trash
    I've used secure trash and haven't ran into any issues with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koban4max View Post
    eh, there have been some issues about trying to secure trash
    Wow. Well that really sums things up then, doesn't it? Tell ya what. The next time you want to post something, try making sure there's a point. It makes it that much more interesting for the reader. I'm sorry but, if you're going to make sweeping statements with absolutely nothing to back them up, don't bother posing at all.

    So far, no one here has stated that they've had issues with securely emptying their trash,myself included and I use that all the time. That said, would you care to try a THIRD time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb View Post
    You mean unlike OS X 10.7 they just announced?

    I'm thinking it's just you.

    Anything as complex as an OS will have bugs. To think something would be flawless is just delusional.
    I don't mean specifically lion os. I mean os in previous versions happen to have trash issues. Sometimes secure trash freezes and won't trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    How dare you speak ill of Apple!

    Ughh what secure trash issue?
    http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/os-...s-emptied.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug b View Post
    Wow. Well that really sums things up then, doesn't it? Tell ya what. The next time you want to post something, try making sure there's a point. It makes it that much more interesting for the reader. I'm sorry but, if you're going to make sweeping statements with absolutely nothing to back them up, don't bother posing at all.

    So far, no one here has stated that they've had issues with securely emptying their trash,myself included and I use that all the time. That said, would you care to try a THIRD time?

    Doug.
    geez, what's your problem?

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    So sometimes your Secure trash doesnt work ??

    And that link you provided doesnt really do it for me either
    Do you have Parallels on your Mac ? Because that seems to be the problem there, which in turn doesnt make it a Mac OS issue at all does it ?? Just saying ...
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