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I'm with the original poster. I've seen much less to convince me to fork out AU$200 than Tiger. With Tiger we had Spotlight and Dashboard, two really cool features that I use every day. Spaces sounds nice but not that necessary for me and I back up my stuff to DVD as often as I need to so I don't really need Time Machine...so unless there are some really cool unannounced features I can't see myself lining up to buy it.I'd say that's a given!
I wouldn't base your assessment of Tiger (if it even runs on your machine) on an iMac G3 400. It is likely to run very slowly and the graphics will be sluggish at best. Wait 'til Leopard comes out then buy the cheapest Intel Core Duo you can find (eBay or new). Then you'll really see what OS X is all about!!!
G'day Does anyone know if there is a program that can log incoming and outgoing network usage? I am sharing a broadband account with three other people and I want something that will save total throughput over the course of a month and save the information between restarts/shutdowns etc. I can't find anything that will perform this role. Any help would be appreciated. S.
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Great thread guys, keep 'em coming!
This is my first post using my new 17" Macbook Pro. It is truly a stunning machine that shows off everything great about what Apple offers. Plus I got it second hand on eBay so I got a great deal too! 8) I would never go back to buying an iMac after having used this!
Are all the Core 1 Duo Macbook Pros 802.11g only (ie not n)?
Yahoo messenger for Mac is pretty good and it supports video. I found aMSN video would not work with at least two thirds of my contacts. So ditch Microsoft and go Yahoo.
Just checking, Macbook Pro Core 1 Duo's don't have 802.11n is that right?
It depends what you define as "satisfactory"
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