I assume what you mean by "device manager" is the system by which you access external hard drives, flash drives, printers and so on. All file systems (drives) show up on the desktop when they are plugged in. To see what printers are attached to your computer, go under system preferences and look at Print & Fax. Things on the mac are plug and play, so if you are having any trouble with this you need to be more specific about what you need help with.
Goto Device Manager on Windows if you have a Mac goto the apple logo at the top left hand corner and click about this Mac then go into more info.
Most standard keyboards can work with an Apple Mac but those specifically designed to work with a Mac will have the Mac specific keys such as Command etc.
Blackberry software for the Mac can be downloaded (See links below) if not included with the device.
Can't unless you have a Mac or Apple device
I depends if the software on the usb device is compatible with mac. I have used an At&T one with my mac.
yah mac and ipods were made by apple so the ipod touch will work with a mac.
Microsofts MSN Messenger and HotMail will work on Apple Mac computers. (See links below)
Apple Mac Books work perfectly without any software from Microsoft.
An apple ID can be accessed on any apple approved software of device. It can be accessed on itunes on your computer/mac/laptop etc or your idevice-e.g ipad ipod, iphone etc.
When installing a printer to a Mac, first connect the device. The Mac will then search for devices required. Once found, they will be installed and your device should work normally.
A 'Apple Mac' (Computer)You already have it or you couldn't have asked this stupid question.
The iPod is a device made by Apple, just as a Mac computer is. The iPod, iPodTouch, iPhone, and iPads connect to the Mac with a USB cable. Depending on the age of the device, the cable may differ. Plug the device into the Mac using the Cable. They don't need to be 'installed' on the Mac. The device is organized using iTunes. It will appear in iTunes. Music, Audiobooks, Apps, and Tones and other files are put on the device by selecting the type of media, and checking which files you want on the device, and then clicking the "SYNC" icon.
Nope I've installed Crossover with Wine, and it does not work, its just infair how Mac users don't have it
Yes you can get Minecraft on an Apple Mac.
Because Apple is short for Apple Macintosh. In other words a mac is an apple.
i think it is the mac book the n second is the i phone then i touch But what about them though? how do you get it started?^^^^
Yes, as long as the SOFTWARE that it needs to run is Mac compatible.
The first Apple Mac appeared in 1984.
Absolutely. Linux will work fine on an Apple Mac PC. Linux can also be used for a selection of other computer brands.
Software written for Mac OS X will only work on a Mac running Mac OS X it will not work with other operating systems such as Windows.
The term Apple Mac is a generic description for any Macintosh computer made by Apple. The actual computer may be a Mac Pro, an iMac, a MacBook, a MacBook Pro, a MacBook Air or a Mac Mini. All of these can be referred to as an Apple Mac or just a Mac.
Providing the Intel based computer is manufactured by Apple then their Mac OS X software can work on it. The Mac OS X user's licensing agreement prevents Mac OS X being used on computers that are not made by Apple.
Nothing and everything. Apple makes the Macintosh.
There is no disease currently known to the Apple Mac computers
NO. At the moment PSP Media Manager (now MediaGO) is only available for Windows users.