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OS 10.4 - Last update make your Mac slow?


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I don't know what it is, but my wife's iMac has been super-slow lately. Both System Update and Parallels have been updated a few times over the past month and as a result the iMac is really slow in regular use. My friend who has a Mini and a similar setup has the same problem. We're not sure if it's the System Updates, the Parallel updates, or a combination of both. Anyone else have this same problem?

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Yes, yes and yes!

The latest set of updates (offered just before the 10.4.10 updater) has drastically slowed down all 3 macs that I routinely work on.

A 1999 G4 upgraded from dual-500 to dual-1300,
a 2000 G4 upgraded from 500 to dual-500,
and a mini that I use at church.



Honestly I believe that Apple just got tired of my 8 year old computer still working fine with the most up-to-date OS. They are telling me to upgrade.
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