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OS 10.1 - i want to uprade from os 10.1...what are my best options?


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I have a 2001 summer special edition IMac w/ a 700MGz processor. what is the most recent operating system that i can run on it efectively?
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Tiger (10.4). Just make sure you get some more RAM and you will be fine.

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I would say get Panther, it doesn't require much RAM or a DVD-Drive.
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