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PowerBook - Apple & project management


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Hi all,

I am a (freelance) project manager and have been working with Windows-pc's all my life.

I bought an Acer Travelmate (12inch) 2 months ago.
But... I am not really happy with it. I was planning to run Linux on it, but the device clearly is made to make Bill even richer.
Linux is not functioning 100% correct and I am fed up with Windows...

... so now I am really thinking - for the 1st time in my life - to buy an Apple with Mac OSX (more paticularly the Powerbook 12 inch).

What project management software is good on Mac (compatible with MS project)?
And are there any other Apple PM's out there???

Hope to be one of you soon...
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