This will be a relatively short post. A lot of the things we take for granted on a daily basis are things like folders on our computers! In this post we’ll briefly explain how to add new folders using a variety of different methods and how to create folders within a folder and name them.
1. Make sure your desktop is selected (click on the image on the background of your computer). If you have right click enabled right click on the desktop. A small pop-up menu will appear, select ‘New Folder’. Ta-da!
*If you do NOT have right-click enabled, under ‘Finder’ click on ‘File’ > ‘New Folder’ in the upper left-hand corner. Ta-da!
There you have it, super easy and simple! You can group folders inside another folder by simply dragging them over on top of another and you can name them by clicking once on the folder name to highlight it, pausing, and then click once more. When you are done typing a new name, click on your desktop again to de-select the folder.
This post briefly describes how to upgrade your RAM in less than a minute! This tutorial is specifically meant for Mac models that still contain a CD/DVD drive. This does not apply to the newest version of the Mac. Upgrading your RAM yourself is quick and easy, and we’ll show you how.
WHAT YOU NEED: to upgrade your RAM you’ll need 1) your computer 2) a Phillips head screwdriver 3) a flat sturdy surface 4) replacement RAM chip.
We do carry RAM chips in store and we can help you decide how many GB are right for your computer and needs, and let you know how much your computer is able to upgrade to.
1. Turn off and unplug your Mac. Carefully turn the computer over so the bottom of the stand and display are facing up.
2. Use your Phillips head screwdriver to unscrew the RAM door located in the vent area on the bottom of your Mac; set the door, screw, and screwdriver aside.
3. Flip up the black tab covering one the RAM chip you’re looking to replace, slide the RAM chip out, and replace it with the new RAM chip in the same slot. Tuck the black tab back up and over the chip, and screw the RAM door back into place.
4. Place your computer back in the upright position, plug it in and turn it on! It’s that simple. If it takes you over a minute, our apologies, we can’t all be experts.
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