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    Photoshop through Parallels
    Okay - so I've heard that trying to run basically any Adobe programs on the new Intel macs make it turn to ****.

    But was this about the older pre-intel versions? So what if I run a Windows version through Parallels?

    Or if I must - bootcamp XP to be completely seperate.

    Any ideas?

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    Adam's Avatar
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    Apr 13, 2006
    Mac Pro 2 x 2.26 Quad, 6GB DDR3, iPhone 4
    I run photoshop cs2, fireworks, dreamweaver, flash, acrobat all on Intel MBP C2D. I dont see any noticeable drag. Have several programs open at once.


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    caribiner23's Avatar
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    Feb 06, 2005
    MacBook Pro Retina 13" iPhone 7 iPad Air and many iPods
    Photoshop Elements 4.0 runs beautifully on my MacBook (2 GHz, 2 GB RAM). I have Photoshop CS2, but I haven't tried loading it on this machine.

    I haven't tried Photoshop or Elements under Parallels either, but Adobe Audition (which is a total resource hog) runs perfectly well under Parallels on my MacBook.

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