|Jul 18, 2006, 07:38 PM||#1|
MacBook Pro Compatibility
I hold my hands up and admit that I'm pretty new to the world of apple but I've just bought a MacBook Pro and have been quite surprised that a lot of programmes and downloads seem (to my uneducated senses) not to be directly compatible with the new intel processor. I know some programmes can be run through secondary applications that can slow them down a little but is there any news on when the manufacturers will be releasing compatible software... such as Office, Photoshop, some media players - I even downloaded a radio tuning widget but all the station files associated with it don't seem to be readable.
I may be missing something obvious but if anyone has any insight news I'd be keen to hear.
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