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  1. I don't use Pages but this...

    I don't use Pages but this document outlines what I think it is that you're looking for.
  2. An app that does nothing but link to something...

    An app that does nothing but link to something outside of the app is likely to get rejected as that, I would imagine, easily doesn't pass the "minimum functionality" test for apps (see here).
  3. Where in eastern Canada are you talking about...

    Where in eastern Canada are you talking about (just curious)? That may be the case but that doesn't make any sense as no one uses American currency for purchases or, if they do, it's only because...
  4. iOS doesn't let you work with arbitrary files in...

    iOS doesn't let you work with arbitrary files in quite the same way a computer would (and Android to a large extent). Files can usually only be downloaded if they can then be opened elsewhere. In...
  5. That's likely a consequence of import/customs...

    That's likely a consequence of import/customs fees/duties and the price being adjusted at some point where that made more sense. However, I'm no economist so I could be wrong.

    Take here for...
  6. Is there any particular reason that you need to...

    Is there any particular reason that you need to get the admin password from the guest account?
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    Oh, that explains that! I've worked for both...

    Oh, that explains that!

    I've worked for both and if compatibility with other users is a concern, you may want to use Office Online.
  8. Restrictions can limit who has access to what....

    Restrictions can limit who has access to what. Take a look here. That said, restrictions only apply to some functions and built in apps and even then, it completely disables those functions (as...
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    No, you can't hide bookmarks in Safari on the...

    No, you can't hide bookmarks in Safari on the iPad.

    As there is no way to hide these, you'll need to come up with some sort of non-technical solution. As to what that is will have to be up to you.
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    For some reason, Apple only supports Sierra and...

    For some reason, Apple only supports Sierra and up with Pages now. I'm not sure why the OS requirements are so high for a word processor but in any case, ShipSinker, you'll need to explore one of...
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    The easiest way to do this would be to use...

    The easiest way to do this would be to use something like iCloud or Google Calendar.

    Do you have an Apple ID? If so, enable calendar sync under iCloud settings for each device and give each device...
  12. I'd disagree. Routers add a layer of security and...

    I'd disagree. Routers add a layer of security and make the nextwork more expandable for the future. Even if network expansion isn't needed, the extra layer of security, particularly the security that...
  13. I suppose any will do although dlink seems to be...

    I suppose any will do although dlink seems to be having some bad luck lately. A quality Linksys will do the job. Ultimately, I suppose that my advice is to get the bets router that you can for the...
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    The A1403 is a third generation iPad (see here...

    The A1403 is a third generation iPad (see here) so it should run iOS 9 although certain functionality will not be available.

    You should be able to update this through iTunes on the main page for...
  15. Routers are cheap and make a network infinitely...

    Routers are cheap and make a network infinitely more expandable should you need it (ie. it makes it possible to use more than one device using the one internet connection). At a very minimum, it adds...
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    Fair enough - old experiences do matter. Any...

    Fair enough - old experiences do matter.

    Any computer is going to get slow over time, Mac or not. That said, from what you've described (slow browsing and email), I suspect that this is more of a...
  17. It looks like /usr/sbin is covered by SIP so that...

    It looks like /usr/sbin is covered by SIP so that would explain why you can't copy it (only "system" can write to those locations). A better solution anyway would be to create a folder where you do...
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    I'm not going to convince you to go one way or...

    I'm not going to convince you to go one way or another so what follows is said in light of this.

    I think you need to give Windows 10 a chance. Personally, I'm much more drawn to Windows than I...
  19. You can do this quite easily. In an open file...

    You can do this quite easily. In an open file dialog, click the button shown below:

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    I'm guessing that, right now, it's set to "Date Last Opened" or something similar. Change it to...
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    If you open up Activity Monitor, how much free...

    If you open up Activity Monitor, how much free memory does it say that you have (go to the Memory tab and compare the "Physical Memory" and "Memory Used" numbers)?
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    YouTube, increasingly, doesn't use Flash anymore...

    YouTube, increasingly, doesn't use Flash anymore to stream content. Go here and see what support for HTML5 video your OS and Browser will support. If you're not opted-in, turn on HTML5 video support...
  22. RedHat will run just fine in a VM (I've run...

    RedHat will run just fine in a VM (I've run CentOS in one without any issues). Windows Server 2012 should also run fine - it's supported in VirtualBox, VMWare Fusion and Parallels 12.
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    I'd say that if you can't see either of them as...

    I'd say that if you can't see either of them as better for your needs, they probably aren't. In terms of CLI functionality, there will be no difference as they'll all be front ends for Bash so any...
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    It's handy if you only need to read files - OS...

    It's handy if you only need to read files - OS X/macOS has never, AFAIK, supported writing (and this appears to still be the case with Sierra).
  25. No, ignore the popup - it's just an ad for some...

    No, ignore the popup - it's just an ad for some questionable maintenance software.

    Is the popup recurring? If so, try clearing your cache as a first step (Chrome > Clear Browsing Data... > make...
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