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Easy: Zip Multiple Folders Files into Individual Archives - Mac OS X

Easy: Zip Multiple Folders Files into Individual Archives - Mac OS X

You can easily compress multiple files or folders into separate ZIP files. This saves time from having to right-click each file or folder and choose compress. Follow the steps below.   Open Archive Utility.app in /System/Library/CoreServices/Applications/ or by searching for it in Spotlight search.  Go to file menu Archive Utility -> Preferences.  Change Use archive format to Zip Archive.{loadposition...

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WJ Noodles Chicago Menu (Scanned Menu With Prices)

WJ Noodles Chicago Menu (Scanned Menu With Prices)

WJ Noodles810 W Jackson BlvdChicago, IL 60607 312-985-8818  Find the latest scanned carry out menu. If you have an updated menu or have found an error, please let us know by using the comment form below. Click to Expand Click to Expand  

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Fix: This Item Is Temporarily Unavailable – Mac OS X Recovery Mode

Fix: This Item Is Temporarily Unavailable – Mac OS X Recovery Mode

When you attempt a Mac OS X system recovery (boot holding command + r), you get a message this item is temporarily unavailable and it prevents you from completing a re-install of the OS. Some online reports suggest to login to iCloud from Safari by backing out of the installation and selecting Get Help Online from...

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Why: Running bless to place boot files failed. – RAID Mac OS High Sierra 10.13

Why: Running bless to place boot files failed. – RAID Mac OS High Sierra 10.13

After installing or restoring from a Time Machine backup with Mac OS High Sierra 10.13 to a RAID hard drive, the installation or restore may appear to complete and show a startup disk, but when you attempt to boot from it you receive a message running bless to place boot files failed. This is because the...

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Reduce iMovie Library Size – Mac OS X

Reduce iMovie Library Size – Mac OS X

Whenever you drag a file into iMovie, the file is automatically copied and stored inside iMovie’s My Media section for your project. The media file will continue to exist until you decide to go in and manually delete it. It seems iMovie users forget about this. Gradually, as you begin to drag new media to iMovie...

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