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Mac OS X Panther on G3


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Would Mac OS X 10.3.4 work on a G3 powerbook with specs: 350 mhz 128 mb RAM, and a 4.0 GB hard drive? should i buy an external hard drvie and use that as well as the built in one? thanks for any help! this is not my only computer I'm just trying to see if I can convince my family to switch from windows and this is one of the only ways I can think of (they would use this and get to used to OS X)
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Would Mac OS X 10.3.4 work on a G3 powerbook with specs: 350 mhz 128 mb RAM, and a 4.0 GB hard drive? should i buy an external hard drvie and use that as well as the built in one? thanks for any help! this is not my only computer I'm just trying to see if I can convince my family to switch from windows and this is one of the only ways I can think of (they would use this and get to used to OS X)
You'll want to upgrade the RAM, and there won't be much space left on the drive for other applications or for OS X's swap file, but yes, Panther will run on it relatively well.

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