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  • Powermac

    38 15.51%
  • Powerbook

    83 33.88%
  • iBook

    72 29.39%
  • iMac

    61 24.90%
  • Mac Mini

    15 6.12%
  • eMac

    4 1.63%
  • Others

    50 20.41%
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbuff
    Thks. For a new convert.... it's quite scary....leaving the familiar grasshills of XP
    Well, dun worry about it, a Mac can do just about everything a Windoze PC can do, just much better without having to worry about viruses, adware, spywares and what not...

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    hi all. just bought new toy, iMac at IT show. so what i do now. any webbie to recommend to self learn how to use iMac? tks
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfstan
    hi all. just bought new toy, iMac at IT show. so what i do now. any webbie to recommend to self learn how to use iMac? tks
    www.apple.com.sg for a start then followed by http://www.macusersg.org/forums/ for any questions you might have.

    ENJOY!

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    have an ipod which was sync to PC. now that i got iMac and would like to sync to the iMac, how do it do that? simple and direct procedures will be greatly appreciated. many thanks in advance.
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    manage to find it on apple webbie. thanks G-man. Below are the steps to share with fellow mac users if required.

    Use your iPod to transfer music to another computer.
    Select your iPod in the iTunes source list, click the iPod Options button, and then choose the option to Manually manage songs and playlists.
    Look at the bottom of the iTunes window to check the amount of free space available on your iPod.
    If the amount of space used is greater than half the total space, you’ll need to delete songs from your iPod by selecting them and pressing the Delete key on your keyboard.
    Go to the Advanced menu and choose Consolidate LIbrary. This will make sure that all music on your computer is stored in the same place.
    Quit iTunes and then locate the iTunes folder. On a Mac you’ll find it in the Music folder in your Home folder. On a PC you’ll find it in the My Music folder inside the My Documents folder.
    Copy the iTunes folder to your iPod, eject the iPod, and then connect it to the new computer.
    Copy the iTunes folder from the iPod to the same location on the new computer, replacing an existing folder if necessary.
    Delete the iTunes folder from your iPod to make room.
    Open iTunes on the new computer. You’ll see your entire music library.
    In iTunes, set your iPod to automatically update all songs and playlists. Your iPod is now linked to your new computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eel
    Just gave away my iMac G3 266 not too long ago. Still have my trusty 4-year-old G4 466 and the new baby is a 2-month-old iBook 12' 1.2
    Me also 4 years old Power Mac G4 533 and also a ibook 12" 1.2 Ghz G4 processor.

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    Anyone got a G5 Quad or 23/30" Display they'll like to sell? Drop me an email cs@21frames.com

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    Powerbook 15inch user here. =) Aperture is really fun and effective. Just that RAW is quite a pain on a G4. When i saw the demo on a quad processor G5 it was just 'zoom, zoom, zoom!'. haha

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    2.3 G5 Dual with a 30" HD Display on the way, woot!

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    Mac Book Pro & its a birthday gift!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundugundu
    Mac Book Pro & its a birthday gift!
    Hmm indeed a very good birthday gift.. from ?

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    first release imac G5

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    Mac Pro 2 x 2.66 GHz Dual Core Intel Xeon with 23" Apple HD Display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splendid warrior View Post
    Mac Pro 2 x 2.66 GHz Dual Core Intel Xeon with 23" Apple HD Display.

    mine going to be delivery tonight (without the ACD). sorry, i can't help being happy.....
    sorry OT.liao.

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    Nothing like the new mac smell... enjoy...

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    how's this mac mini for photorgaph editing?

    Mac mini Intel Core Duo 1.66, SuperDrive, 1gb ram.

    thinking of getting one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    how's this mac mini for photorgaph editing?

    Mac mini Intel Core Duo 1.66, SuperDrive, 1gb ram.

    thinking of getting one.
    The processor is ok but I'd suggest bumping the ram to its max if you can afford it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    The processor is ok but I'd suggest bumping the ram to its max if you can afford it.
    got a quote of S$ 1,986.50.

    2GB 667 DDR2 - 2x1 SDRAM

    1.83GHz Intel Core Duo

    MAc OS X

    SuperDrive 8x (DVD+R DL/DVD+-RW/CD-RW)

    120GB Serial ATA drive

    1.83GHz Intel Core Duo

    Intel GMA950 graphics


    i've some PS CS2 actions that i always use in my Windows. can i transfer them over to use with Mac's PS CS2?

    lastly, any mac retail outlet to intro for better pricing?



    thanks for the help!
    Last edited by Cheesecake; 28th September 2006 at 12:53 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    got a quote of S$ 1,986.50.

    2GB 667 DDR2 - 2x1 SDRAM

    1.83GHz Intel Core Duo

    MAc OS X

    SuperDrive 8x (DVD+R DL/DVD+-RW/CD-RW)

    120GB Serial ATA drive

    1.83GHz Intel Core Duo

    Intel GMA950 graphics
    I'd suggest looking at a 17" imac 2ghz instead for a bit more $$. Faster video, processor and overall better specs. A bit more future proof than a mac mini.

    check out www.8flags.com.sg and email them for a quote. Specify your system requirements in the email. I find their prices the best, includes free delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    I'd suggest looking at a 17" imac 2ghz instead for a bit more $$. Faster video, processor and overall better specs. A bit more future proof than a mac mini.

    check out www.8flags.com.sg and email them for a quote. Specify your system requirements in the email. I find their prices the best, includes free delivery.
    thanks for ur help, terence.

    was looking at the imac too.

    if only i had the juice... i'll get the big one.
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