There are too many issues to cover in one session. So, these are three to get started with: 1:In the desktop menu bar, "Tools" doesn't contain items that should be there. For instance, it has among other things: Track Auction, Action Manager, & MSN Hotmail. Is there a way to correct this? 2:My children had some memory added before giving me this Mac. But any time I try to download something it tells me there is no place to put it. It appears the Macintosh HD is the only place for downloads to go. Could I clean out some useless "stuff" and make space? 3:One of the applications that doesn't work is Classic. It is programed to activate when I reboot. The message I get is, "Select a folder for classic". When I try to do that, (I'm sorry, I can't remember what folder I go to. I've got to learn to take notes.), it tells me, "There is no volume with a system folder that supports starting Classic". The book I bought for help, "Mac OS X fast & easy", states that classic must load in Mac OS X. In the books illustrations the Mac HD and Mac OS X are two separate hard-drives.?? I'll go in and try to get more details if that will help to resolve some of this. Thanks.