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DIY Mac mini Overclocking

Stefan MacGeek Re:This is off topic, but (477 comments)

Mac OS X works well with Windows machines on a network - it will mount Windows shares and you can use shared printers.
The other way is just as easy, you can enable Windows file- and printer-sharing with a click in the Sharing control panel of System Preferences.
Another option ist an external hard disk - it should be formatted with FAT32, because Mac OS X can read NTFS, but cannot write to it.


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