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I just installed Dream Weaver MX on my mac and I found it runs kind of slow. When opening a site or even on start up?

Anyone else having this problem? I don't care if it's the software I just hope it's not hardware.
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256 Ram really is not enough for everything to run smoothly on that system. Minimum 512 and with 1 gb being the ideal for performance

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I second that, I had 768MB RAM in my 17" flat panel iMac and it would run pretty good with Studio MX and Photoshop Elements but when I kicked it up to 1GB, it's like a whole new system. It surprised me how big a difference that extra 256MB RAM made.

Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.
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