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To Upgrade or Not To Upgrade

From: MalcolmO
Sent on: Friday, September 4, 2009 1:38 AM
Now this is an interesting topic. I just upgraded to ... regular 
Leopard. This is noteworthy because I have a 17" flat panel iMac, the 
very model of Mac that is listed as "uncertain" at the Leopard Assist site.

Finding myself in the cul-de-sac that is/was Panther, I had to buy 
Leopard and see if I could make it work. It was surprisingly easy. The 
restriction as to clock speed makes no sense, seeing as how Leopard 
appears to run faster on my machine than Panther did. :P  Go figure.

I have given hope to iMac 17 owners! If anyone wants details, I'll be 
happy to provide them.
-- 
Malcolm
blogging at http://malcolmo-a...­
"They should know they're the Grateful Dead now." -- Phil
Secrets of the science of getting rich -- free!
http://www.scienc...­

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