Loc: Bay Area, California, USA
I never use it at home but i also must use it at work for certain clients that are still using Quark 4. We also have a brain trust here at the corp that in his infinite prepress wisdom decided to purchase a variable print package that only works in InDesign and InDesign can only import Quark 4 files.<br><br>We also need it for Preps as Creo will rape us if we want to upgrade to the OS X version.<br><br>
I didn't have the crashing problems in OS 7,8, and 9 that others seemed to have, but the multitasking was terrible or non-existent when launching apps. That's the big advantage for me, and the real multi-user capability.<br><br><br>
One thing that used to just frost me was when I would be burning a CD in Toast 4 in OS 9...not so much Toast 5 when it came out for OS 9 (cause it didn't hog the whole computer) but Toast 4 would freeze my computer solid all the time...creating a coaster and the need for a hard reset. <br><br>Since being in the land of X, I've never had a hard freeze. I had some kernel panics in 10.0 and 10.1, but 10.2 and beyond has been stable. <br><br>
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