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  1. kim scott
    March 5, 2011

    Beginners like me often get confused over memory or storage. STORAGE capacity [hard drive] is much more difficult for mac newbies to access. I still do not know why I would need to know my processor speed, even if I need to upgrade my memory [RAM] to increase my imac’s working speed. Thank you for your site!

  2. sam
    July 20, 2011

    Thanks for the info but let me know how to find the Ram and Hard drive memory.

    • Bill Condie
      January 2, 2012

      In Classic Mac I used to be able to see how much ram was being used and by what. I could even allocate more ram to Photoshop.

      Can I see this in OSX?

      • admin
        January 4, 2012

        Yes just open activity monitor and it will show you all that.

  3. Jim
    February 19, 2012

    On a mac mini that’s a few years old (no access panel), is there any way to tell how many sticks of memory are in it? Clearly it has 2mb, and I believe it was ordered that way from Apple, but the question is, is that memory on two sticks or one? Would like to purchase before it goes under the knife — to minimize downtime… Thanks

  4. Jim
    February 19, 2012

    I meant it has 2 Gb. :)

  5. lola
    February 20, 2012

    Is 4GB a lot on the mac book pro???

  6. joey
    February 26, 2012

    Go to (Your name)’s Macbook, right click Macintosh HD and Get Info.

  7. Andrew
    February 27, 2012

    Joey, that will tell you how much storage space is on your Mac’s disk, not how much RAM.

  8. Brandon
    March 14, 2012

    Click the apple top left corner. Then as shown click more info.
    You can see how much memory you have and how much you are able to add. You can also find how big the hd is and how much space you have left. Plus info about your monitor. Hope this helps.

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