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OS 10.4 - Enable WindowBuffer Compression in Tiger?


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Hi,
How do I enable windowbuffer compression in Mac OS X Tiger?
I have tried using System Optimizer X but when I go back to check it (even after reboot) its back to saying disabled.

p.s See this post for what I have already tried Apple - Support - Discussions - Enable WindowBuffer Compression in ...
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