So I got an old macbook2,1 released on 2007 thanks to a friend. 3GB Ram, running a new install of OS X Lion. Before telling me "well duh, of course it's slow, it's old", any other older macs I recently tried from that era don't run that bad today (mainly an 17" 2006 iMac and one of the first intel Macbook Pros). I deduced that this was caused by the graphics card (an intel GMA 950). Main problems are overall sluggishness and choppy scrolling. What surprised me is that after installing windows on a bootcamp partition, I got a much better performance on Windows than on OS X. Even an indie game with old ass retro graphics like Undertale runs painfully slow in its OS X version in this machine, while it runs fine on windows (just check some screens, it SHOULD just run fine even on a **** graphics card like this). It seems that Apple has capped the VRAM to 64mb and it shows since it's barely usable on OS X even for web browsing, while it's a perfectly usable machine in Win 7. Shame on Apple to let its machines to have a better perfomance on rival OSes. I tried googling and all I found was some utility called GMAbooster that it's being unavailable to download for some time in its OS X iteration. Is there anything that can be done with this machine to make it somewhat usable? I wanted to give it to my mother but I won't do it if it runs like this.