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Recent switcher. Used Windows for 15 years. What a waste.

ANYWAY! I need to make my Mac Mini faster. I'm an artist and illustrator and using Manga Studio along with Photoshop makes my little cube choke.

I'm looking at upgrading my RAM but I have no idea how it works, if it's one size fits all or what exactly.

Checked the bottom and it says Mac mini 2.26/2X1G/160/SD/AP/BT

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