I am setting up my $10 B&W G3 for my wife to use in her classroom. It is only going to be used for PowerPoint presentations and memos. Right now, she is still using her old PB 5300CE and I figured it was time to move up so it was easier to transfer files.<br><br>Anyway, this is a Rev. 2, 300 mhz with 384MB RAM. <br><br>My 400mhz iMac runs well on 10.4 and my 233mhz iMac runs well on 10.3. <br><br>Since this B&W will run both, would one be better since it only 300mhz?<br><br>_______<br>
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10.3.9 runs great on my old B&W G3 (overclocked to 500mhz). <br><br>Personally, except for 64 bit if you need it, 10.4 isn't worth it. Since the G3 isn't 64 bit I don't see a reason to use it.<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!<
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I installed 10.3.9 and Office 2004. So far, with only 128MB of RAM, PowerPoint seems to runs just fine. I noticed with more than one app open, it is rather slow though.<br><br>I am still going to install the extra RAM though.<br><br>_______<br>
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