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No he is being honest!!!
It has a GREAT firewall IPFW as part of the OS you just need to use the command line or a program like WaterRoof - 1.9 to set it up. Just requires you to understand what you are doing. You can get it here: http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/31277
If you have found any 512 X 512 icon sets for Leo... Please post the link.
Yes VNC will also work and it is not hard to setup..... Good call!
If you want to keep your cost down just use VMware Fusion, or Parallels 3.0 and install XP home or Pro. Your cost will be less than $100.00. You can set your VM up to use 512mb of ram for XP if you are going to connect to your work computer with remote desk top, because all the real processing is going to be taking place on the work PC. The 1GB of ram you have will be OK. In the future you will be able to add more ram if you would like and also upgrage to OSX...
What type of work do you need to do in Windows will XP work for yoy or do you have to use Vista? If XP will work for you, I would use VMware Fusion, or Parallels 3.0 under Tiger.... I would also upgrade the ram if you can 2Gb would do the trick
What he said!!!!!!! For me also!!!!
FolderGlancehttp://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/27670 Product Description: FolderGlance is a small Contextual Menu Plugin for the Finder. When it is installed, it allows you to control-click or right-click on folders to see and open their contents, as well as examine the contents of sub-folders down an unlimited number of levels. FolderGlance also has the following features: Adding your own custom folders to the contextual menu, enabling FolderGlance to act...
check this out....http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/22117 XMenu - 1.8 Product Description: This program brings back the Apple Menu to Mac OS X and includes also a complete application launcher. By adding one or more global menus to the right side of the menu bar you can easily access your preferred applications, folders (and subfolders), documents and files. Furthermore there's no explicit need for a configuration (e.g. creating lots of folders and aliases...
Get the firewire I had a USB2 drive and a firewire 400 and 800 drive. I found with USB2 I was getting the colored ball all the time because of time machine. Going to FW400 made it better but going to FW800 corrected the colored ball (system busy) problem completely. If you work with video/music you should get a FW800 drive.
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