It's been a while. I still have my old Mac collection, and have added another Apple SE. Three days ago I picked up an iMac mid-2009 with El Capitan loaded for $100 from the university's surplus. It has a 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 2 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 memory. Now for the questions: It was wiped clean before the install. I downloaded all the updates to the OS. It does not appear to have Adobe Acrobat loaded. Where is a good, safe place to get this? I'd also like to get a word processing program on it to read and write documents, preferably without photoshop and all that other stuff that goes along with the Microsoft Word office disks. I'm planning to send some things off to (hopefully) get published, so a current program that someone will have no problem reading and opening is a must. Disks would be much nicer than something downloaded by the year. There are a lot of older documents on the old computer that need to be used on the new one. I have some older Microsoft Word disks and could install that if needed. I think the newest one is Office 2004. It has 2GB of RAM. According to what I've read, iMac09's can do up to 8GB, but on a listing describing the ones sold for education like this one, it did not say that. What are the possibilities of upgrading the RAM in the future and doing a workaround to get Sierra, and possibly whatever comes after it? And another very important question: Yahoo mail deletes old e-mails after several months unless they've been saved in a folder. The ppc g5 has all the older ones that I still need for various reasons backed up on it under mail. Is there any easy way to transfer them? There's also some way to transfer info from one Mac to the other using some sort of cable. How complicated is this? The g5 ppc running 10.5.8 was and still is doing the job very well. It's a Mac! It's reliable and does what's needed, but there were a few news videos that it couldn't play. The newer OS os great, and some of the pictures on it are fantastic! Thanks!