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iLife? Missing from my Mac.


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Does iLife come bundled with my Mac? I thought I had seen it, but I don't find it now in Applications.

Interesting. I do have iPhoto, iMovie, iTunes and Garageband in Applications, but not iWEb and these are all separate apps--not in a folder iLife.

My machine is a Power Mac G5.

Thanks for your attention.
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iLife comes on all new systems. Am assuming you did not purchase this system new, or you would have known long before now that iWeb was not installed.

If you have the original install disks that came with the machine, iLife will be on those and can be re-installed from them. If you don't have the original disks, would make a call to whomever you purchased the system from. If that is not an option you can call Apple. They provide original replacement disks for something like $20-25 I think.

iLife is not part of Leopard.

And yes, they all install as separate apps.

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Thank you.

I did buy my system new, but it was 4 years ago and I've just learned that iWeb was not part of the iLife bundle then. Now if that's not true I do have the original install disks. Also I'm running Tiger.

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That could be true, am a relative newb to the light myself.

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