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An operating system update like this Friday's release of Mac OS X Snow Leopard is a perfect time to clean up your computer and start fresh. Let's prepare your Mac for this weekend's 10.6 upgrade. Before You Upgrade, Part 1: Clean Up Your Mac You don't want to take those applications you haven't launched in months, giant log files, superfluous startup items, and even old documents you don't need anymore into Snow Leopard, so the first thing you want to do is give your Mac the virtual hose-down. Audit your data, applications, and login items; run some maintenance, and give the old hard drive a checkup with Disk Utility. Here are detailed instructions on how to clean up and revive your bloated, sluggish Mac .
Sorry for the delayed response, however, nobody seems to have seen your post where you put it. Mac Mini expansion except for the very geeky just involves adding USB, Firewire, and Bluetooth devices. Hard drives and RAM are not normally user upgradeable, though not impossible. In the future, if you have a question regarding an operating system and how it may work with your machine, post in the operating system forum in question. So if you haven't upgraded to Snow Leopard yet, read on! Yes, your 2007 Mac Mini support 10.6.4 as far as hardware.
When I heard that a 3G iPad would be coming out, the first thought that came to my mind was "Why?" In my decidedly warped mind, I equate the use cases for an iPad more to my MacBook Air than I do to my iPhone. While I was on my recent vacation, I got into a discussion with a fellow cruiser who was going to wait for the 3G model before taking the iPad plunge (as Macworld's Jason Snell suggested ). He wanted to know why I wasn't waiting, so I gave him the following reasons: 1) I want to gloat.