I store my interests on my computer.
I subscribe to audible.com to listen to books while I paint.
As I belong to several book club discussion groups and as I have paid for these, I am reluctant to wipe them, as I might want them again.
I take photographs for reference for my paintings.
I have my family albums of course, and reference images, totalling nearly 15,000.
Does or when does the computer reach full capasity?
When I tried to download from my camera into iphoto yesterday, the computer shows the images but does not have a working accept button to click . [it is in ghost.]
My computer is attached to a hard drive, that flashes about 2 and a bit flashes of 5 possibles. So I take it that it is about half way.
My iphoto is not on my desk top, and nor is itunes for the audible.com books.
I mention this as I heard [radio?] that only what's on the desk top gets saved. Is this true?
Or is that for one of the other companies that I've bought into?
I work on my Macbook all the time, and am constantly refering to the images.
I realise I might need to do 'something', - if so, what various options do I have, particularly for easy access while I am working.
How do I make the computer download these images.
My computer is refurbished and about 9 years old!!! and still going!!!! Was my son's first apple, passed on to me. :)