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Optimizing Mac OS X hard drive
There is a way to optimize a Mac OS X hard drive without using utility programs.

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Unknown User anonymous2
[06/18/03 | Discuss (3) | Link to this hack]

Go to the terminal Type update_prebinding Not really much of a hack. I do a lot of digital photogrpahy and some people work with video a lot. And if your hard drive is getting close to full you will experience a slow down. There is a need to optimize the hard drive. Mac OS X (BSD) actually has this capability.

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