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If you were to get a new mac right now, what would be the first programs you put in it?

basically tell us what you have...
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I would start here:

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new mac user, what shall i try?

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I mainly use Mail, iCal, Address Book, Safari, so that's easy as they come with it.

The essential non-standard apps for me are MSN Messenger, NewsTicker (RSS client), iView Media (photo organiser) and PhotoShop. I also use MS Office but could probably live without it.

I use Retrospect for backup, and handy utils are Airfoil (AirTunes from any app), BluePhone Elite (text messaging) and Chicken of the VNC (VNC client). Toast is handy on occasion, so is RealPlayer.
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