PowerMac 7600/120 OS 8.6 64mb My background is pretty much Amiga->Win->Linux, so it's fun to finally get to play with a Mac GUI. It's different. The fool questions: - How do you uninstall apps? Do you really just delete the directory & alias? - Why is it so slow when plugged into broadband? I know it's obsolete and no good for the web now - I'm just curious what the bottleneck is. You can count the kilobytes load. - How should I copy files? I mean I can do it, just not with any grace. How am I supposed to do it in this one-button world? - So these are buffered 3.3v DIMMs? Meaning nothing in my piles of x86 crape in the closet will fit & I should just stop looking? - I guess it doesn't like the monitor I've given it. Runs 1024x768 800x600 640x480 just fine, but it come out of sleep mode into 1152x864 and no options. Is that fixable? - Is anything fixable? You really can't get "under the hood" for configurations on these, can you? - It should remember my mouse speed setting across boots, right? That's got to be a glitch. Otherwise it runs fine. I've been all through the OS and hardware as far as I can dig. Definitely a different approach. With hindsight I still would have been happier with Wintel back then, but now I can see why people got so attached to their Macs. The difference is kinda like the x86 stuff gave you scaffolding to build your experience around, while Apple gave you a cabin to reside in. Either works, but that difference is why nobody ever got attached to any Wintel. Very neat machine.