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    Dec 04, 2007
    Moving from Windows - is this all I need?

    I have an existing AOpen mini-itx Core Duo machine (non-apple) that I'd like to try Leopard/iLife08 with.

    Is it as simple as just buying the OS and iLife? I'm just a little worried about hardware compatibility, given its not original mac hardware.

    Edit: The Leopard website doesn't mention anything about no-mac hardware - so I'm not sure if that's just assumed or what

    Any help much appreciated.

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    Feb 02, 2004
    No. If you want to move from Windows, you will need to buy a Mac.
    It states in the EULA that an Apple computer is required to run the sotware.
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