Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 8th Jul 2006 08:07 UTC
Apple A few months ago Thom bought and reviewed an iMac G3 333 Mhz while it was running Mac OS 9. I was always fond of the looks of the classic iMacs. They were just too cute to not want one. Recently restocked their Mac line with refurbished iMac G3s. They sent us one in, a 400 Mhz DV model (first released in October 1999) and we tried out not only Mac OS 9.2.2 but also the latest Mac OS X, v10.4.7. Read more as to how this old good classic iMac G3 performed.
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RE: Boot Up Time
by parrotjoe on Sat 8th Jul 2006 16:15 UTC in reply to "Boot Up Time"
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I don't have an iMac anymore, so I can't time it, but the faster G3's, boot up time is not long at all. The extensions have to load, but that goes fast in the later, faster models.

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