MBP Software Compatibility - Rosetta Stone

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by eVolcre, Apr 21, 2006.

  1. eVolcre macrumors 65816

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    By the looks of it yes. But why don't you ask the company themselves?
     
  3. eVolcre thread starter macrumors 65816

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    They're not the most 'technical' of people when it comes to MACS. They didn't even know about the new Intel chips let alone whether it would work ...

    Hey , isn't rosetta the name of the 'translation' software for the new Intel Macs? Same as this company

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    Both take their name from an ancient antiquity that first allowed the translation of Egyptian Heiroglyphics.

    Wikipedia link
     
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    Unless they've specifically told it not to work, then yes it should work fine. And given its low requirements, Rosetta shouldn't slow it down noticably easier. Generally things will work, but some a bit slow. The only real problem I've had is that WM Components (the plugins for QuickTime to play Windows Media files) won't install... That and StuffIt is painfully slow and makes the computer unusable for anything else while running.
     

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