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Disable Find My Mac by Resetting NVRAM

It turns out that Find My Mac can easily be disabled by resetting NVRAM, which could be bad news, if your Mac has been stolen, or good news, if you’re dealing with an old Mac that wasn’t reset before being sold or turned in.

 
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How to Throttle iCloud Photo Library Uploads

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iCloud Not Receiving Mail Reliably from Gmail

 

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Apple Announces Repair Program for MacBook Pro Video Issues

Apple’s Baffling Response to 2011 MacBook Pro Graphics Issues

Five Fixes for OS X 10.10 Yosemite

How to Change the Font in Messages in Yosemite

Bring iPhone Slo-Mo Videos Back Up to Speed

How to Reclaim Your Phone Number from iMessage

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