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Hi all , i have a problem i have instaled some progs but after instalation they just disapear , for example i have instaled BOOTCAMP and after instalation i just can't run it because i don't know where to run it from ???

Maybe you can exlain where are my progs ? :Sorry for such a noob queastion !!!
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Typically programs are installed into the Applications folder. However, in the case of Boot Camp, it will be installed under the Applications => Utilities folder.

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Oooo thank you alot !! you helped me so much !!
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search yahoo or google for "Quicksilver"

It will make your life much easier until you learn your way around your new mac.

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Here ya go... QUICKSILVER
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ouuu thanks and what tht program do ?
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I don't actually use QuickSilver, but from my understanding, here's SOME of what it can do:

-launch apps
-open files
-open web page addresses
-perform various actions (such as moving files)

All this from a very simple interface.
It's meant to allow you to do a lot with very little work - a productivity tool.

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I don't actually use QuickSilver, but from my understanding, here's SOME of what it can do:

-launch apps
-open files
-open web page addresses
-perform various actions (such as moving files)

All this from a very simple interface.
It's meant to allow you to do a lot with very little work - a productivity tool.
As well as:

Send email
attach items to email
Move items
Move folders
UPLOAD to Flickr
Map your own shortcuts
use Hot sides AND Hot Corners
Gesture shortcuts
Enter Terminal Commands
Clipboard with last 1 or 1 million "Copied" items
Clipboard with Permanent items
Search the web
Personal web searches with only your bookmarks

I could go on and on for hours.... IMO the most amazingly useful App ever.
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Wow that sounds greate !!! any configurations on QS ?
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Wow that sounds greate !!! any configurations on QS ?
what do you mean?
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Is there any configurations on QuickSilver to make it work or it works propely without thouse ?
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There's a whole bunch of things you customize in the QS preferences...

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Ok thank you very much
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