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I have to say it's a great computer.
I have a question about Photoshop CS3 running on this machine.
As I have the PC version of Photoshop CS3 is there any difference in running this software in the PC Mode on a separate partition or is it worth upgrading to the Mac version of Photoshop.
I can’t see there can be a difference?
As you can tell I have never used a Mac computer before.
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By PC Mode do you mean you have Windows installed on another partitioned on your Mac? If so, then I don't think it would be any problem to run PS on it, as long as you don't mind rebooting every time you want to use PS.

Also, I've heard if you call Adobe they will allow you to cross grade your PS for a small fee. So you can switch your PC version for a Mac one.
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Upon your responce I contacted Adobe and as you said they will do a changeover for me.

Problem solved

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Out of interest - what is the crossgrade fee
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