OK, here's the deal. I was over at a friend's house installing some Microsoft Office updates on their iBook G4 1.07 Ghz. I noticed that they had installed an old copy of PhotoShop on there. I started digging around the folders and noticed quite a few .exe extensions. Funny thing was, I could see the icons for the files, which I wouldn't have been able to do if they were in Windows .ico format. On a whim I double clicked on the file. 10 seconds later PS opens! I closed the program and did a spotlight search. I found the actual PhotoShop.app file without a problem. The question is, what are those .exe files doing on their computer, and how can the computer use them as shortcuts to the real deal? It had me fooled for a few seconds there. I thought that by some terrible sorcery they had installed Windows PhotoShop on the poor little compy. Ridiculous, I know.