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OS 10.5 - Powerbook G4


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Mac Specs: PowerBook G4 1.25ghz 512mb RAM 250GB hard drive

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I have a powerbook G4 1.22ghz with only 512mb ram. I was wondering if anyone with similar or lower specs has had any problems installing and running Leopard. I know with respect to system requirments I should be fine but I want to know real results in the real world from real world experience. Is your system faster or slower after installing 10.5? Has it been a dramatic improvement or could you have waited? Please any info would be helpfull.
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