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    russell23's Avatar
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    Third party applications in Snow Leopard
    Hi all,

    I wonder, is it possible to run third party applications like Adobe photoshop, Mathematica, MatLab in Snow Leopard. Presently all these are running in Leopard 10.5.7. I believe they are meant for 32 bit architecture.

    AFAIK, in Linux 32 bit applications will not run in 64 bit architecture. How about Snow Leopard?!

    Expertise advise would be very much helpful for people like me?
    Searching certainty in this Uncertain world!

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