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Click and select About this Mac. Click System Report. Type the name for the report, select the folder to save it and click Save.
The system report has been saved. Open Finder.
Drag and drop the system. The system.
System Information is a software utility derived from field service diagnostics produced by Apple's Service Diagnostic Engineering team, at that time located in Apple satellite buildings in Campbell, California, that was bundled with the classic Mac OS since Mac OS under the name Apple System Profiler. it was renamed System Profiler; with the release of Mac OS X ". Dec 17, How to save the disqueprefys.tk file on macOS , , Open Finder. How to get System Report on OS X and Open Finder.
In the dialog box, specify the file name and the file location. Click Save. Double-click the item System Information.