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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Any advice for a POWERBOOK newB???


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:confused: HEY PPL!!! I'm new to this forum and the general 'Mac World'. I started my first yr of Graphic Design in Sept.2004, therefore I bought myself a G4 15"Powerbook (combo drive 1.33Gz). I opted for a laptop...considering my mobile lifestyle...and don't regret a thing. I JUST NEED SOME GOOD ADVICE concerning programs...such as spam protection / security ect...or anything that could help my "Precious" run more efficiently...any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
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:confused: HEY PPL!!! I'm new to this forum and the general 'Mac World'. I started my first yr of Graphic Design in Sept.2004, therefore I bought myself a G4 15"Powerbook (combo drive 1.33Gz). I opted for a laptop...considering my mobile lifestyle...and don't regret a thing. I JUST NEED SOME GOOD ADVICE concerning programs...such as spam protection / security ect...or anything that could help my "Precious" run more efficiently...any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
You're being a little ambiguous regarding your needs- if you expand a bit, I'm sure ppl. will be glad to help.
In terms of Spam filtering, I am very happy with the built in Mail.app filter. After you "teach" it for like two weeks, its very effective. I'm sure that some more tech-savvy ppl. will diagree, but thats my opinion.

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