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Powerbook 1.67 GHZ G4 & Photoshop


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How well would this Mac run Photoshop & Illustrator?

Powerbook Aluminum 1.67 GHZ, Leopard (10.5), 2 GB Ram, 100 GB Hard Drive

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I have that same machine and it runs the CS3 suite with no issues.

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This might help...

I had a 4 year old sony viao that ran DW, & PhotoShop with a 1.86ghz pen. M processor, 1GB ram, a 100GB hard drive at who knows what speed, and I don't know my graphics card... (I still have it lol)

Anyway, it ran them for the most just fine. I did have some speed issues that I def. Noticed but never had any majors problems. 4 years and still on the original hard drive, never upgraded ram or anything.

I think you'll be just fine until you start having to save a ton of images, vidoes etc...then you might run into a few speed and storage issues I think.
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