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I guess that the QuickTime encoder is C code and that the Windows compilers are better optimised.
The Radeon x600 XT is more or less a higher-clocked 9600 XT with PCI Express connectivity.
In that case developers could use ICC / Xcode, isn't it? Currently Xcode on PowerPC supports XLC, so I would expect it to support the Intel compiler on the Intel platform.
That's why it is wise to keep around an old version of iTunes before upgrading it. The songs themselves are encrypted with the DRM scheme, and iTunes (or iPod) has the key to decrypt them. If one day Apple would want to stop you from listening to songs you purchased (and why would they?), they would need to have you install a new version of iTunes incompatible with the old DRM scheme.
I believe you'll be fine with the Mac mini. Have a look at the electrical specs on the power supply though, to make sure before you plug it in.
I get that when the ISP hangs up on me. Their lines may be too busy and they prune extra connections. Your ISP probably has some kind of discussion forum where you can speak about your problems...
Hi JerryWhat do you see in the Internet Connect connection log window (menu "Window")? Last 20-30 lines should be enough to tell.
Get a PowerBook or an iBook. The new PowerBooks are great, with little extras like BlueTooth 2 and fast drives. The iBooks and PowerBooks are a proven design that will last you long.
If you are paying $1000+ anyway, it would be wiser to buy an iMac. The only advantage of the Mac mini is that you can choose your monitor. It is very easy to add memory in the iMac, even you can do it. It comes with detailed instructions on how to proceed. Note: this is not the case with the Mac mini.
I found the article very funny. I believe the writers at divisiontwo enjoy being taken seriously, have a look at the mail section of their site. Hilarious.
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