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Understanding what happens when your Mac boots may help when troubleshooting problems during the boot process.
Sometimes people who have just reinstalled OS X on their systems or migrated to a new boot device may find a folder entitled "Boot OSX" appearing on their desktops.
OS X is built as a multitasking, multi-user environment in which resources are "shared" between various processes and tasks, which enables simultaneous processing of tasks. Essentially, the whole system is a bunch of independent processes, and while so
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