derFunkenstein wrote:NeoOffice's big feature is speed. It's faster than OpenOffice.org because it's a more native OpenOffice port. You really can't go wrong with free, for the most part.
Flying Fox wrote:Can we have some of what he was smoking? X48? 2x16 SLI? Want some more e-penis with that? How about just get the Nvidia triple SLI board with a water block on the 3xGPUs+chipset+CPU?
paulWTAMU wrote:I've never used Mac Office, or iWorks. I need to occasionally view/modify Word and Excel documents at home (mostly for work); can iWork do that? I won't typically need to modify them at home, just view them. Also, does the Entourage work with Outlook? My work's email and calendars are all on our outlook exchange server, would I be stuck using outlook lite with Entourage, or would that allow me to access the whole thing? Because outlook lite sucks.
I'm just trying to decide between the two office suites...bleh.
derFunkenstein wrote:Anybody miss the PPC days? I certainly don't, not anymore.
derFunkenstein wrote:Stick with it as long as you can, because once you get a taste of just the UI of Leopard on a multi-core Intel system using some sort of discrete graphics you'll kick yourself for not moving sooner.
End User wrote:The problem I am facing is that I'm not sure what to replace it with. I wish Apple would hurry up and transition to i5/i7. The mythical xMac with an i5/i7 would be perfect.
SNM wrote:End User wrote:The problem I am facing is that I'm not sure what to replace it with. I wish Apple would hurry up and transition to i5/i7. The mythical xMac with an i5/i7 would be perfect.
Aren't the Mac Pros using the Bloomfield-based Xeons?
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