The Complete Guide to Macbook Pro

macbook pro photoThe Macbook Pro is a range of high end notebooks created by Apple that were first released in 2006. Macbook Pros come in a range of screen sizes including 13", 15", and 17" models. The Macbook Pro range is characterized by their aluminum casings.

The Macbook Pro range all use Intel CPUs and run MacOS X. They can also run Windows XP, Vista and 7 using the Boot Camp utility provided by Apple.

This guide reviews a number of Macbook Pro notebooks, and provides a number of troubleshooting tips to help you solve issues like extending battery life and recovering lost passwords.

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