We often find ourselves in front of our machines with many applications running at the same time. If you need to switch apps quickly, sometimes it can be frustrating to try and navigate through your dock bar to find what you need. Your dock likely contains icons for many programs you frequently use, a few icons Apple requires in the dock that cannot be removed,...
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|iMac Memory for Model 13.2 and 14.2||
iMac Late 2012, Late 2013, and Late 2014
The 27" Late 2012 through Late 2014 iMacs, including the iMac 5K Retina Display, utilize DDR3-1600Mhz memory. The system maximum is...
|iMac Memory for Models 11.3 (with i5 and i7) 12.1 and 12.2||
iMac Mid 2010 and Mid 2011
The iMac 11,3 with i5 or i7 processor has a maximum of 32GB (4x8GB.) It is important to note this does...
|iMac Memory Models 11.2 and 11.3 (with i3)||
iMac Mid 2010
The iMac Model 11,2 has a system maximum of 16GB (4x4GB.) The iMac 11,3 running the i3 processor also has a maximum memory of 16GB....
|iMac Memory for Model 11.1||
iMac Late 2009 (Core i5 and i7)
The DDR3-1066Mhz iMac Model ID 11,1 has four slots. Each slot can take a 8GB SO-DIMM for a maximum of 32GB...
|iMac Memory for Model 10.1||
iMac Late 2009 (Core 2 Duo)
The DDR3-1066Mhz iMac Model ID 10,1 has four slots. Each slot can take a 4GB SO-DIMM module for a maximum of 16GB....
|iMac Memory for Model 9.1||
iMac Early 2009 and Mid 2009
The DDR3-1066Mhz based iMac Intel has 2 slots with a memory maximum of 8GB.
Non-Stacked IC's: Ramjet uses a Non-stacked module for...
|iMac Memory for Model 8.1||
iMac Early 2008
The iMac 8,1 utilizes DDR2-800Mhz memory and has a system maximum of 6GB memory with the installation of one 2GB module and one 4GB module....
|iMac Memory for Model 7.1||
iMac Mid 2007
The iMac Model 7,1 takes DDR-667Mhz RAM and has a system maximum of 6GB with the installation of one 2GB module and one 4GB...
|iMac Memory for Models 5.1 and 6.1||
iMac Late 2006
The iMac 5,1 and 6,1 can have a system maximum of 4GB of memory installed, but only 3GB will be fully addressed. Installing 4GB...
|iMac Memory for Models 4.1 4.2 and 5.2||
iMac Early 2006, Mid 2006, and Late 2006CD
The iMac Model IDs 4,1 4,2 and 5,2 have a system maximum of 2GB of memory. It is important...
Tips and Tools
Let’s face it - most of us use our machines for work and for play. The modern iMacs make it easy to work hard and play hard, letting us install and run multiple applications and multi-task with just a few clicks. When you work and play on one machine, it's easy for your desktop to get out of control with way too many files, programs,...
Whenever you save a document in Word, Powerpoint, Excel (and most other formats), a small file icon appears in the top center of the tool bar by the file title. This icon is for more than just looks - did you know you can drag and drop this icon wherever you want, and it will actually allow you to move the file? This is pretty...
The Terminal is a Pandora’s box of hidden treasures and power. Simply go to Your Hard Drive > Applications > Utilities > Terminal and check it out. Using Terminal requires being precise and knowing what you're doing, and any changes within Terminal are permanent, but you can do anything from hiding a folder from view with one command to speeding up an older iMac by...
The iMac’s Spotlight search is an amazing tool that lets you swiftly search your entire iMac for any media, program, or document. You can click the magnifying glass in the upper right hand corner, or just hit Command + Spacebar and the Spotlight search bar will drop down, ready for you to type any text in to begin your search. But did you know that...
The iMac is an all in one computer that comes from the Macintosh line of computers made by Apple. These are desktop computers, but they differ from the Mac Pro in that they do not have a tower or an actual desktop component. Instead, everything the computer needs to run is right behind the screen, thus the all in one name. This is...
The features of the iMac, along with the design, help make it a popular device among those who are looking for a reliable and powerful computer. You are currently able to choose from a 21.5” and a 27” display, and the LCD screen is closer to the glass on the newer models, which, along with the backlighting, helps to give the display a truly...
Installing new RAM for iMac machines requires knowing your Model Identifier. If you’ve never installed memory, or you feel you need help, do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-831-4569 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Installation Videos and Guides - The videos and the installation guides you will find here will be able to answer all of your...