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

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New to computers incase i'm about to ask a stupid question!
I have an iBook G3 and have been getting warning messages about freeing up some space if i want to add more music.
When i first got the computer and installed the operating system software, OS 9 was installed as well as OSX. Seens as how i only use OSX, would i be able to delete OS 9 to free up some space on the harddrive? Or would this affect the operation of my computer?
Any help for the 'newbie' would be appreciated...!
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You can dump OS9 with no ill effects.

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