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Understanding the System Profiler    
The System Profiler is a useful tool to learn about the hardware, network and software of your computer. There are two ways to get to the System Profiler. One is to go to the apple menu at the top left of your screen, click on the apple, About this Mac, a window will appear that tells you some basic information about your Mac, like the operating system, the processor, and how much memory you have. If you click here on More Info… you will be taken to the system profiler. The other way to get to the system profiler is to go to the utilities folder and open it directly. To get to the utilities folder you can either use the keyboard shortcut, shift, apple, u, or you can go to the applications folder, and click on utilities. Once you are in the utilities folder, scroll down and double-click on System Profiler to open it. Once opened you will see that there are three different sections, Hardware, Network and Software.
 
       
 
         
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