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    Why do you need to use the Finder to find your...

    Why do you need to use the Finder to find your photos? If you need to send them as attachments or upload them, you can use the file browser to browse the Media section near the bottom of the sidebar...
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    The only place you can get FCPX is from the Mac...

    The only place you can get FCPX is from the Mac App Store. Anything else is pirated and will be more trouble than it's worth.
  3. I preferred the old way iCloud worked, where you...

    I preferred the old way iCloud worked, where you could delete a photo from one device without it being deleted from all other devices. But I've found a workaround. I have Photos on my Mac set up to...
  4. The iCloud Photos app on the Apple TV only shows...

    The iCloud Photos app on the Apple TV only shows your Photostream and iCloud photos. To see other photos from your Mac, you'll need to have Photos Home Sharing turned on in iTunes. There you will...
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    iOS is the operating system that runs on iPhones,...

    iOS is the operating system that runs on iPhones, iPads and iPods (hence the "i" in iOS). OS X is the operating system that runs on a Mac desktop or notebook, though it will now be known as macOS...
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    It's always advisable to have a backup of some...

    It's always advisable to have a backup of some kind, and since Time Machine is included, that would be the simplest option. It works really well. It just constantly backs up in the background...
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    The iPhone isn't just a small version of the Mac,...

    The iPhone isn't just a small version of the Mac, but they do try to make the interface similar in feel; there's a Dock for your most used apps and the app icons are often the same. macOS has a...
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    Are you using the same computer or different...

    Are you using the same computer or different devices?
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    I agree with Andy, it sounds to me like Mail is...

    I agree with Andy, it sounds to me like Mail is offering suggestions as you type a contact's name or address. You may be accidentally hitting return before the correct name comes up. It's hard to...
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    Creating a new folder is as easy as right...

    Creating a new folder is as easy as right clicking on the desktop (or within a folder of your choosing in the Finder) and choosing the first option, New Folder. Then you just drag and drop photos...
  11. I would also start keeping Time Machine backups,...

    I would also start keeping Time Machine backups, which would make it a snap to get all your files and settings back exactly as they were. I'm truly shocked at how many people don't have any backup...
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    Couldn't you place the music in a shared folder...

    Couldn't you place the music in a shared folder that all accounts have access to?
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    We'd need more information, but off the top of my...

    We'd need more information, but off the top of my head, I would say that it could be your screen's resolution settings. You can change them under System Preferences>Displays.
  14. Don't forget Preferences in the Finder menu.

    Don't forget Preferences in the Finder menu.
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    If you have updated to Yosemite, you can use Mail...

    If you have updated to Yosemite, you can use Mail Drop to send files that exceed your email service's size limits. When you click Send, you will get a warning and an option to send via Mail Drop.
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    Fortunately, I've not had any major issues with...

    Fortunately, I've not had any major issues with Yosemite, which is a relief because I love the even tighter integration with iOS. Specifically, the look and the ability to send and receive texts and...
  17. All these things are possible. I believe you can...

    All these things are possible. I believe you can have as many tracks stacked as you like. Multicam editing supports up to 16 angles in view at a time, but I think you have more angles than that. ...
  18. Double click on the Preview app icon to open it...

    Double click on the Preview app icon to open it from the applications folder. Or drag the Preview icon from the Applications folder down into a spot on your Dock.
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    Yeah, you really don't want to go mucking around...

    Yeah, you really don't want to go mucking around in the iPhoto Library file.
  20. You can really organize photos the way you want...

    You can really organize photos the way you want in iPhoto and have even more choices. The way I usually tell people to think of it is to treat iPhoto like your Photos folder. Instead of subfolders,...
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    If you have upgraded to Yosemite, you'll see...

    If you have upgraded to Yosemite, you'll see iCloud Drive in your Finder window. You can drag and drop files into the various folders in there. You get 5GB for free but will have to pay for more...
  22. Those were pre-2008.

    Those were pre-2008.
  23. Any version of Final Cut Studio will run on your...

    Any version of Final Cut Studio will run on your Macbook. I have Final Cut Studio 3 on my 2008 pre-unibody Macbook Pro. Final Cut Pro X is another story...
  24. I tell people to think of iPhoto as their...

    I tell people to think of iPhoto as their pictures folder. It works almost exactly the same way; photos are stored in "subfolders" called Events which are organized by date, but you can cut and...
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    If you're not that tech savvy and want the fewest...

    If you're not that tech savvy and want the fewest hassles, just use Time Machine. When you plug your hard drive into your Mac, it will ask if you want to use it for your Time Machine Backups. ...
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