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  # 1422876 7-Nov-2015 15:44
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gnfb:
RunningMan: http://www.mactracker.ca/

An app with all the specs for quick reference


Hmmmm... That may be interesting just getting for a look now


Amongst other things, it will tell you what OS will run on what machine...



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  # 1422877 7-Nov-2015 15:50
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gnfb:
RunningMan: http://www.mactracker.ca/

An app with all the specs for quick reference


Hmmmm... That may be interesting just getting for a look now



Ok yeah thats a hell of an app more information than ...... British library? Tells u maximum software and just heaps of other . Of course because its in an app and looks cool I trust its all kosher!




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  # 1422879 7-Nov-2015 15:56
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It gets updated each time there are new releases. Haven't found a problem yet...

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  # 1460357 2-Jan-2016 20:16
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Don't forget that when you upgrade from 10.6.8 you lose Rosetta which can be significant for some users of older laptops and older software. I think in most cases the if you're on an older MacBook without much RAM, 10.6.8 is a good place to stop

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