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With such little info, I’ll give you the best information I can. What I’m telling you will be limited in scope, but it should still prove helpful.
 
Most PowerBook G4's will run Leopard, but it’s not ideal with less then 2GB of RAM as it’s prone to RAM related performance issues. Tiger (10.4) is better foron RAM strappedlimited systems, but you lose compatibilitywill also have to deal with applications since most 10.4 versions are significantly older then thecrappier software compatibility. Yes, 10.5 compatible versions. It’ll run on 1GB,(Leopard) works but don’t expect it to runnot well.
Most PowerBook G4's will run Leopard, but it’s not ideal with less then 2GB of RAM as it’s prone to RAM related performance issues. Tiger (10.4) is better foron RAM strappedlimited systems, but you lose compatibilitywill also have to deal with applications since most 10.4 versions are significantly older then thecrappier software compatibility. Yes, 10.5 compatible versions. It’ll run on 1GB,(Leopard) works but don’t expect it to runnot well.
 
For models that are RAM limited to 1GB(1GB or less, stick to usingless), use Tiger if at all possible. As I mentioned beforefor your own sanity. The performance tradeoff is significant and you do have limited software compatibility but 1GB is way more then Tiger needswill be able to runtell. Leopard only runs well as it’s much lighter on system resources. Only run Leopardwith 2GB or more, so it only makes sense to deal with the tradeoff if you genuinely need it for compatibilityhave 10.5 only software.
For models that are RAM limited to 1GB(1GB or less, stick to usingless), use Tiger if at all possible. As I mentioned beforefor your own sanity. The performance tradeoff is significant and you do have limited software compatibility but 1GB is way more then Tiger needswill be able to runtell. Leopard only runs well as it’s much lighter on system resources. Only run Leopardwith 2GB or more, so it only makes sense to deal with the tradeoff if you genuinely need it for compatibilityhave 10.5 only software.

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With such little info, I’ll give you the best information I can givecan. What I’m telling you is thiswill be limited in scope, but it should still prove helpful.
With such little info, I’ll give you the best information I can givecan. What I’m telling you is thiswill be limited in scope, but it should still prove helpful.
 
You can run Leopard on most PowerBook G4'sMost PowerBook G4's will run Leopard, but if you haveit’s not ideal with less then 2GB it may haveof RAM as it’s prone to RAM related performance issues. 1GBTiger is okaybetter for RAM strapped systems, but it's not the best; you really want a minimum of 2GB of RAM for Leopardlose compatibility with applications since most 10.4 versions are significantly older then the 10.5 compatible versions. It’ll run on 1GB, but don’t expect it to run well.
You can run Leopard on most PowerBook G4'sMost PowerBook G4's will run Leopard, but if you haveit’s not ideal with less then 2GB it may haveof RAM as it’s prone to RAM related performance issues. 1GBTiger is okaybetter for RAM strapped systems, but it's not the best; you really want a minimum of 2GB of RAM for Leopardlose compatibility with applications since most 10.4 versions are significantly older then the 10.5 compatible versions. It’ll run on 1GB, but don’t expect it to run well.
 
For models that are limited to 1GB or less, just run Tiger. Softwarestick to using Tiger if at all possible. As I mentioned before you do have limited software compatibility will take a hit but it will1GB is way more then Tiger needs to run very well on 1GB of RAM because it'sas it’s much lighter then Leopard. For systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger is a better option unlesson system resources. Only run Leopard if you genuinely need the softwareit for compatibility. On the models that can't take more then 1GB (or support even less), I feel like the compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.
For models that are limited to 1GB or less, just run Tiger. Softwarestick to using Tiger if at all possible. As I mentioned before you do have limited software compatibility will take a hit but it will1GB is way more then Tiger needs to run very well on 1GB of RAM because it'sas it’s much lighter then Leopard. For systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger is a better option unlesson system resources. Only run Leopard if you genuinely need the softwareit for compatibility. On the models that can't take more then 1GB (or support even less), I feel like the compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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With such little info, the best information I can give you is this.
 
You can run Leopard on most PowerBook G4's, but if you have less then 2GB it may have performance issues. 1GB is okay but it's not the best; you really want a minimum of 2GB of RAM for Leopard.
For


For
models that are limited to 1GB or less, just run Tiger. Software compatibility will take a hit but it will run very well on 1GB of RAM because it's much lighter then Leopard. For systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger is a better option unless you need the software compatibility. On the models that can't take more then 1GB or less(or support even less), I feel like the compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.
You can run Leopard on most PowerBook G4's, but if you have less then 2GB it may have performance issues. 1GB is okay but it's not the best; you really want a minimum of 2GB of RAM for Leopard.
For


For
models that are limited to 1GB or less, just run Tiger. Software compatibility will take a hit but it will run very well on 1GB of RAM because it's much lighter then Leopard. For systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger is a better option unless you need the software compatibility. On the models that can't take more then 1GB or less(or support even less), I feel like the compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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With such little info, the best information I can give you is this.
 
You can run Leopard on some of these Powerbooks, butmost PowerBook G4's, but if you have less then 2GB it may have performance issues. 1GB is okay but it's not run well unlessthe best; you have at least 1 orreally want a minimum of 2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard. Some aren't supported at all.

If you want

For models that are limited
to 1GB or less, just run Tiger, you'll have less software supportTiger. Software compatibility will take a hit but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crapvery well on 1GB of RAM because it's much lighter then Leopard. Some are more ideal onFor systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger due to the CPU being too weak.

Try with Tiger and see if you can bear it first. If
is a better option unless you need the software compatibility. On the models that can't try Leopard. If it runstake more then 1GB or less, I feel like crap go back to Tigerthe compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.
You can run Leopard on some of these Powerbooks, butmost PowerBook G4's, but if you have less then 2GB it may have performance issues. 1GB is okay but it's not run well unlessthe best; you have at least 1 orreally want a minimum of 2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard. Some aren't supported at all.

If you want

For models that are limited
to 1GB or less, just run Tiger, you'll have less software supportTiger. Software compatibility will take a hit but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crapvery well on 1GB of RAM because it's much lighter then Leopard. Some are more ideal onFor systems that can't take a minimum of 2GB, Tiger due to the CPU being too weak.

Try with Tiger and see if you can bear it first. If
is a better option unless you need the software compatibility. On the models that can't try Leopard. If it runstake more then 1GB or less, I feel like crap go back to Tigerthe compatibility issues are a better tradeoff then the system lag Leopard will cause.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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With such little info, the best information I can give you is this.
 
You can run Leopard on manysome of these Powerbooks, but it may not run well unless you have at least 1-2GB1 or 2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard. Some aren't supported at all.
You can run Leopard on manysome of these Powerbooks, but it may not run well unless you have at least 1-2GB1 or 2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard. Some aren't supported at all.
 
If you want to run Tiger, you'll have less software support but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crap on Leopard. Some are best withmore ideal on Tiger onlydue to the CPU being too weak.
If you want to run Tiger, you'll have less software support but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crap on Leopard. Some are best withmore ideal on Tiger onlydue to the CPU being too weak.
 
Try with Tiger and see if you can bear it first. If you can't try Leopard and ifLeopard. If it runs like crap go back to Tiger.
Try with Tiger and see if you can bear it first. If you can't try Leopard and ifLeopard. If it runs like crap go back to Tiger.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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With such little info, the best information I can give you is this.
You


You
can run Leopard on many of these Powerbooks, but it may not run well unless you have at least 1-2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard.
With such little info, the best information I can give you is this.
You


You
can run Leopard on many of these Powerbooks, but it may not run well unless you have at least 1-2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for Leopard.
If you want to run Tiger, you'll have less software support but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crap on Leopard. Some are best with Tiger only.
 
Try with Tiger and see if you can bear it first. If you can't try Leopard and if it runs like crap go back to Tiger.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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youWith such little info, the best information I can get away with Lepoardgive you is this.
You can run Leopard on many of these Powerbooks,
but it may not Snow Lepoard due to no PPC support

If
run well unless you have tiger laying around, use this if you cannot afford upgradesat least 1-2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for it, otherwise leopard may notLeopard.
If you want to
run wellTiger, you'll have less software support but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crap on Leopard. Some are best with Tiger only.
Try with Tiger and see if you can bear
it first. If you can't try Leopard and if it runs like crap go back to Tiger.
youWith such little info, the best information I can get away with Lepoardgive you is this.
You can run Leopard on many of these Powerbooks,
but it may not Snow Lepoard due to no PPC support

If
run well unless you have tiger laying around, use this if you cannot afford upgradesat least 1-2GB of RAM. Upgrade the RAM for it, otherwise leopard may notLeopard.
If you want to
run wellTiger, you'll have less software support but it will run better with less RAM. Some machines run like crap on Leopard. Some are best with Tiger only.
Try with Tiger and see if you can bear
it first. If you can't try Leopard and if it runs like crap go back to Tiger.

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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you can get away with Lepoard but not Snow Lepoard due to no PPC support
 
If you have tiger laying around, use this if you cannot afford upgrades for it, otherwise leopard may not run well on it

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you can get away with Lepoard but not Snow Lepoard due to no PPC support

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