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Change the directory using Mac commands
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How to configure Mac System Settings

Most Mac System settings can be configured in System Preferences. To open the System Preferences, click Apple and select System Preferences.



In the System Preferences, you modify Screen Saver, Display, Printer, Network, Sharing and Account.



 

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