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Where is the history on MacBook Air?

Where is the history on MacBook Air?

You can search your browsing history to quickly find webpages you visited. In the Safari app on your Mac, choose History > Show All History.

What year was the first MacBook Air made?

January 15, 2008
MacBook Air/Introduced

Is MacBook Air really that bad?

The 2020 Apple MacBook Air has an amazing design, great keyboard, a best-in-class trackpad, and plenty else to love. It’s not for the power-hungry, but it makes for an amazing experience when you favor general quality over raw performance. It will do well for most people unless you require some real brawn.

How many different MacBook Airs are there?

There are two stock 13-inch MacBook Air configurations available from Apple, in Silver, Space Gray, and Gold.

How do I clear my cache on my macbook air?

How to clean your system cache on Mac

  1. Open Finder. From the Go menu, select Go to Folder…
  2. A box will pop up. Type in ~/Library/Caches/ and then click Go.
  3. Your system, or library, caches will appear.
  4. Here you can open up each folder and delete unneeded cache files by dragging them to the Trash and then emptying it.

Does MacBook Air considered a netbook?

The Macbook Air can be considered an expensive netbook. A June 2009 NPD study found that 60% of netbook buyers never take their netbooks out of the house.

Who designed the MacBook Air?

The MacBook Air is a line of laptop computers developed and manufactured by Apple Inc. It consists of a full-size keyboard, a machined aluminum case, and a thin light structure. Nov 27 2019

Is the MacBook Air overpriced?

The MacBook Air is still overpriced, but Apple isn’t the only one overcharging for Ultrabooks. When performance is paired with ultra-portability, it’s considered a premium, and just about all of…

Does the new MacBook Air have a fan?

Strictly speaking the same cooling system as the one in the last MacBook Air, Apple continues to leave the fan in the new MacBook Air disconnected from the heatsink. As we noted in our recent review, the fan improves air circulation within the chassis rather than expelling excess heat.