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From: "Donna M St Felix" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Use TMG & SS on a Mac?
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 17:21:43 -0400
I don't have a Mac but know others who do or have. The comments I have
heard is that there is so much a Mac can't do, that the people ended up
buying a regular computer. I also have received various family CD's from
those who had a Mac. They had to redo their CD's because no one could
open/read them. I couldn't begin to tell you why but the newer CD's that
worked were just JPEG's and Word Document items. Just an FYI: About ten
years ago I was told by a technician to stick with Sony because it is
leading edge technology and changes don't affect their operations as with
other brands. I now have three of them, all running. (98 - XP - W7). I
bounce between the XP and W7 ones with the internet stuff.
From: [mailto:] On Behalf
Of Roger Bartlett
Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 11:59 AM
Subject: [TMG] Use TMG & SS on a Mac?
I am seriously thinking of replacing my home PC (a Dell running Windows XP)
with a Mac.
I have used TMG since v. 0.99 and love it. I also occasionally use TMGU. I
am relatively new to SS, but I love it too. I refuse to switch to other
Dick Eastman writes often about running Windows programs on a Mac, so I know
it must be possible to run those three programs on Mac.
If any of you successfully uses these programs on a Mac, I would love to
hear from you as to how well it works (any frustrations?) and what software
you use to enable your Mac to run those programs.
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