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Old 09-28-2009, 12:15 AM   #7
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I could possibly get more than three years out of the laptop, but not much more. I'm already noticing that it is a lot slower than I'd like. What is really impossible is doing InDesign work with just the laptop monitor. It's driving me crazy having to juggle palettes all the time and finding that the two I use most get toggled to inactive between uses.
Have you upgraded to Snow Leopard? Reviews suggest that it's faster and might give your MacBook another lease of life.

I'm using a 17" MacBook (2.4GHz) for InDesign and Photoshop work and I'm stuck with that unless it dies completely (or I do).

   
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