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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by Goldfrapp, Feb 26, 2011.
Looks 10 times nicer!
It doesn't look like it gives nearly as much information
Under Overview, click on System Report.
Click System Report... to get the old window.
Always thought that System Profiler never was up to Apple's standards of UI. Glad to see an overhaul, even if it is only for the most basic info.
Odd, when i open about this mac and then more info it show your app.
When i go to applications -> utilities -> system information, it just shows the old view!
That's supposed to be like that. System Information is just System Profiler renamed. About this Mac is the one that got remodeled.
I figured, it's just that the topic starter formulated his title a bit differently
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I love how it says what kind of memory you can put where, how many slots your machine has and draws a nice graphic with a little sentence. Makes it easier to buy new RAM.
Random question: how did you get your images to show up so nicely, with shadows, etc?
There's a whole bunch of screen-capturing apps that do it for you automatically. I use Realmac Software's LittleSnapper. Pretty neat.
Great! I usually just used Command+Shift+4 to select the image. Thanks for the help!
I like it allot, very well organized.
If you click on 'Memory Upgrade Instructions' does it tell you how to solder new memory to your MacBook Air?
Other people have mentioned apps, you really don't need any.
Press Apple(Command) + Shift + 4
then press the spacebar over the window you want to capture, the image will appear on your desktop with the nice backdrop etc.
By the way, have you tried clicking on that link?
This is the URL it takes you to:
Currently, the page is non-existent. No wonder.
Cmd+Shift+3 = whole desktop screenshot
Cmd+Shift+4+Space = screenshot of any specific window, menu bar, Dock or wallpaper you want
Cmd+Shift+4 = rectangular screenshot of anything
On SL you can use TinkerTool to set the screenshot image file format to PNG and you can also tell the system, that it should include shadows in screenshots. I think it works also on Lion.
Does the hard drives breakout show external hard drives too?
This is identical to the iPhone/iPad breakout in iTunes. Pleasantly surprised by these changes!