How do you feel about 10.3 on your 733mhz QuickSilver now after using it awhile?<br><br>I am still on the fence for I have been totalling up what I will need to update to make the move and the dollars just seem to keep adding up!<br><br><br>
FYI, I have 10.3 on my 733 Quicksilver. It works great. I don't do much graphic work on it though. I use it for programming mostly. I have Omnigraffle - it can get a bit sluggish sometimes. Photoshop Elements runs fine on it (for what I do). I have no longing for a G5.<br><br>I do, however, want to replace my big, heavy iBook (clamshell - 7 lbs) with a 12" G4 iBook.<br><br>
#122171 - 12/08/0301:39 AMRe: Steve...what are your feelings now...
It flies. And I haven't had to lay out any additional $$ for compatibility upgrades. Panther didn't break anything I had installed before the upgrade, and any compatibility updates that were available were free. What expenses are you referring to?<br><br>
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