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  1. #1

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    Aug 14, 2008
    10.5 - worth putting on an iBook g4?
    Hey all.

    Fisrt post here woooo. I Have used macs before for a fair while and always prefered them. But I started work for a Microsoft Partner and that kinda put an end to that for a while. Now I've kinda caught up with Windows Im going back to the better way! got my OS X 10.5 exam booked in a few months and basically I am wondering if its whether it is worth while putting it on my iBook. Or sod it and get either a new macmini or macbook.

    any one have any suggestions?

    its a 14" ibook G4 (1.4ghz with about 1gb ram)



    MCP MCITP: Enterprise support
    taking 10.5 exam soon

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    Member Since
    May 31, 2007
    Ontario, Canada.
    Macbook(W) 2GHz, 80GB HD, 1G RAM, Windows XP
    if you can up the ram, i'm sure that leopard would run great on that machine.

  3. #3

    Member Since
    Feb 03, 2008
    Surrey BC Canada
    Mac Mini 2.5 i5/16Gb/500Gb/Radeon 6630M-256MB
    aw heck I've got Leopard on a eMac 1.25Ghz and 1Gb RAM, runs quite well...
    This is a multiplatform home !

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