Question about Apple Mac Pro A1186 Desktop
You can either single click on the file and drag it to the trash can located on your dock or single click on the file then go to the file menu and select Move to Trash or single click on the file and click on the cmd key and the delete key at the same time. Once they are in the trash to get rid of them totally go to the finder menu and slect either empty trash or secure empty trash (this one totally purges the file and it will not be able to be recovered. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 01, 2013
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