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Should I get the Photoshop CS2 for PC or Mac?


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I just purchased the iBook G4 1.42GHz. I'm new to the Mac platform, but I'm willing to learn. Some of the major works are done on my PC, I'm wondering should I get the Photoshop CS2 for the Mac or PC?


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EDIT: Opps... forgot to mention my PC specs. My desktop PC is a P4 3.2GHz, 2GB DDR-400 RAM machine running on WinXP SP2. I have Photoshop 7 on my PC and I'm used to it. But as I said, I'm willing to learn the new platform.

Which machine would have a better performanc for the CS2?
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if your use to it on pc..what better way to get use to the Mac than Photoshop, i have no pc skills at all I am teaching myself PS CS2 on an imac .I can not say how easy this is. I wish I started this 30 years ago

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I would say being that mac is geard more toward multimedia (music, movies, graphic design, etc..) I would choose to get it for your mac. I currently have CS (bootleg, i know not good) and as far as I know its pretty buch the same thing. I will say this though, on pc, having mutiple images open with high res/graphics, will tend to bog down the PC. Get it for the mac.

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I agree even though the mac is not the most powerfull, I would still put it on the mac because you are going to get great performance from it.

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I don't know if I'm called a switcher, since I will still need to rely on the PC/Wins platform. But I love the iBook G4 and the Mac OS X, can't wait till it arrives. The waiting is killing me...
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for some particular reasons, i'll go for the pc. I have tried working photoshop on my ibook and am still not used to the mouse accuracy. I also feels that your pc will be faster than the spec of the ibook.

Lastly, i think that the ibook is mainly a second machine for lighter job.
If you are doing intense and heavy photoshop don't get CS2 only for your ibook. Unless you intend to get a Power mac G5 in the future.

Well, don't get me wrong. I really love my ibook. It's just that i'm much more faster working on Pc than Mac and that was my opinion.
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