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How to restore your Mac to the original factory settings

With the help of this guide you gonna be able to reset your computer, completely wipe it out, photos, files, apps, everything will be erased forever, but first, why would you ever do it??

There may be times that you wish to start over, from scratch. It may be that your disk is so chaotic with applications or you just wanna install new stuff that you really need, or it may be that you are selling the machine – or passing it on – and you want to revert the Mac to factory settings. By doing this, you ensure that none of your personal data remains and the recipient will get a it with an operating system that is as fresh as when it first left the factory.

1. Make sure you are connected to the Internet so you can download the latest copy of Mac OS X.
2. Deauthorize your iTunes store account. See how to do it here. You should also deauthorize third-party apps, such as Photoshop, that are linked to your Mac.
3. Turn Off File Vault. See how to do it here.
4. Sign out of iCloud.
5. Restart the Mac in Recovery Mode by holding down the Command () + R keys. Your Mac should boot to a screen that says OS X Utilities.

    It will look like this:

    6. Enter Disk Utility to erase the hard drive. Click on Disk Utility > Continue > Select the main volume > Click Unmount and then Erase. Quit Disk Utility.

    7. Click Reinstall OS X and Continue. Follow the instructions to reinstall Mac OS X (or make the new owner do it! :P)

    You are all set!