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As a rule I don't usually switch to the very latest Mac OS in case there are teething problems that prevent me using my applications and peripherals. But following a few disk problems recently I broke a habit of a lifetime and switched to Tiger 10.4.2.

I just thought I'd report to all you Mac users out there that so far everything has worked very well. The only very minor problems I have experienced concern the occasional corruption of the icon grid within folder windows, but that has always happened with OSX for me, which I put down to the masses of RAM that I use. My set-up includes Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, FreeHand, AppleWorks, BBEdit and the usual apps that come with the OS or that are used by most people. Everything works ay-okay Smile

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Mac OS Tiger

Nice to see a happy chap Tongue

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Mac OS Tiger

Especially at his age! Wink

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Mac OS Tiger

Life's a b*tch and then you die!