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I am currently using iMac with CS 4. I would like to shift to CS5. Has anyone had any issues with doing so?

Thank you in advance
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Um kind of need more info on the specs of your iMac. >_>" If it's any consolation it runs just fine on my MB. Stats under my username.

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Works great for me. 2008 aluminum iMac, 4gb ram.
Startup time is insanely faster than cs4.
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My iMac have 4GB Ram, Dual core
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Works great on my Macbook Pro with 4GB of RAM and my 27" Imac i& with 8GB of RAM.

Only catch is it installs as 64-bit by default and if you have any previously purchased plugins etc... you will need to run CS5 in 32-bit in order for it to recognize them. Something to keep in mind.
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Works great on my "27in 3.06Ghz C2D" and "15in 2.4GHz C2D MBP"

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