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That's what I did.
Nathan ?.
· February 18, 2021
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There is nothing stopping you from using it in a desktop but the drive is designed for a network storage. In basic terms It speeds up and slows down differently. I wouldn’t put the OS on this drive. If you have a desktop. Just get a small SSD and install the OS and get another hard drive for your data.
Lucidfilms.ca
· November 11, 2019
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The listing is correct. Only refurb would have 30 days.
If the listing says 5 then it is from manufacturing date and can be checked by serial number when you buy. If WD site says much less than return.

Nathan ?.
· February 18, 2021
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Only if the iMac has a slot for an Internal drive. I do not believe iMacs in the last 5+ years have had one. You would want to use an External drive on USB-C (or USB3) for backups
Nathan ?.
· September 25, 2020
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This internal drive is compatible with probably every 3.5" size drive compatible system. The extra cost is higher grade equipment. NAS drives generally last and perform better than external (USB) drives.
Nathan ?.
· August 7, 2021
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check WD website
ASAP Computer Parts,Inc.
Seller · June 5, 2021