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macbook 2.4 and PS3/ Lightroom

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I use an iMac 24 2.4 for my day to day stuff, including photoshop & Lightroom.

my question though is that I have just ordered a 2.4ghz macbook with 4gb RAM, will this do ok for those programs? in thoery it should be quicker than my iMac, but I doubt it!
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Yes that will be perfectly fine for running Lightroom and PS Cs3.

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