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How can i clear my all the things in my macbook pro......I want to empty the memory and make it fresh like new.Thanks.

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There is a free program you can download. It is called Linux system rescue it works on all os systems and computers. You just set your mac so it boots with cd drive first. Then run the program, it will erase everything. Then reinstall your mac windows program when it's done.

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