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    Current Mavericks OSX
    I have been skeptical of upgrading to Mavericks and have heard mixed results. The most recent updates to the OSX have been mostly positive, but I am nervous due to running old versions of Adobe (currently running CS3 design suite)

    How does everyone feel about Mavericks? Worth the upgrade? Or should I wait until they iron the remaining bugs out ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macjones573 View Post
    I have been skeptical of upgrading to Mavericks and have heard mixed results. The most recent updates to the OSX have been mostly positive, but I am nervous due to running old versions of Adobe (currently running CS3 design suite)
    Have you checked to see if CS3 is compatible with Mavericks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Macjones573 View Post
    How does everyone feel about Mavericks? Worth the upgrade? Or should I wait until they iron the remaining bugs out ?
    Mavericks is on version 10.9.2...so it's already had two updates to address any potential bug issues (how many more do you want)?

    Worth the upgrade??...it's free!

    - Nick
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    That's all the reassurance I needed! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macjones573 View Post
    That's all the reassurance I needed! Thanks!
    If CS3 is important...check it's compatibility first. Since we are on CS6 now...I don't remember if CS3 is compatible with 10.9.

    - Nick
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    - Computer seems slower than it used to? Read this for some slow computer tips: Speedup
    - Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space
    - Apple Battery Info. Battery

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    Have you checked to see if CS3 is compatible with Mavericks?



    Mavericks is on version 10.9.2...so it's already had two updates to address any potential bug issues (how many more do you want)?

    Worth the upgrade??...it's free!

    - Nick
    I'm running CS3 on Mavericks. It works fine.

    Rene

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