Hey everyone, I was just thinking about older PowerPC Macs... I know many still have their uses, but I find it sad that they suddenly have drastically shown their age. I don't mean later ones, I mean middle-aged models. I was able to get by on an iMac G3 as my main computer in 2011-or-so for some months, but sadly Camino is gone, Safari is outdated, and TFF is awfully slow. I mean, it's obvious that these machines are only getting older, but I hate how it's getting to the point where something like an iMac G4 definitely cannot be used mainly unless the user does minimal tasks. Don't call me a PowerPC pessimist though; I own like 2-dozen PowerPC Macs and love them. I currently use a dual 2.0Ghz PowerMac G5 as my main desktop. I have been using PowerPC since 2004 and got my first Intel Mac in like 2011 or 2012 when my dad handed his 2009 base-model MacBook Pro down to me. I am not one to thing old computers are completely useless, but it angers me what is happening to my lesser PowerPC Macs. I definitely couldn't use an iMac G3 now, even if I am really used to using slow computers. By the way, this is also why I hate how new web standards are pushed every five minutes. Can't they leave the web the heck alone for once and stop updating features? The web really pushes computer obsoleteness* *This obsoleteness is generally thought of by common users; those who advocate for PowerPC Macs and know what they are doing when they use an old computer wouldn't necessarily regard a computer as obsolete that quickly.