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Display System Info On The Login Screen Again [OS X Tips]

It used to be that clicking on the computer name in the login window would give various bits of system information. Sadly, Mac OS X Lion has done away with this useful little feature. Lucky for us, though, there is a Terminal command that can bring back some of the same feature to Lion. While [...] Related Stories Adobe Releases First Flash Player 11.3 Beta For Mac OS X Batch Convert Tons
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