Hey guys, I finally purchased (for the first time) a MACbook pro. Havent had much time to use it. I dented the first one I got like an idiot and returned it. And the rest of the time with the new one was spent updating software and currently calibrating the battery. I have a few questions. I didnt directly buy from apple, I bought from another store because of their financing options. So my question is does the 1 year warranty still apply to me? I didnt get an extended warranty from the store I bought from. I'm aware if you buy a MacBook from apple you get 1 year to decide if you want applecare or not, does that apply to me? Secondly, when I download an app, at the top right corner of the desktop a mounted disk appears with the app I installed. First of all, is that what it is? A mounted disk? Secondly, what is its purpose? I usually just finishing installing the apps and then eject, is that the correct thing to do? Finally, coming from windows I'm use to pressing X on the top right of the window, but I just figured out that in OSX it doesnt close the app, but keeps it running in the background. To quit is it Command + Q? I've been using that shortcut, but for some apps it doesnt work. So how do you quit those apps quickly and efficiently? One more question, I looked in sys. prefs but cant find what I'm looking for. I'm looking for the windows equivalent of task manager. To see whats running at the moment and how much the cpu is being used and ram etc etc? Thanks!