I love my i5 iMac. Consider getting it to boot in 64-bit mode. Much Faster performance-wise.
I have not heard of this, I have the i5 iMac as well. Would like to know what this 64 bit mode is
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There's not much benefit to booting into 64-bit mode - it only means that the system kernel and kernel extensions will be 64-bit. In regular mode, applications can still run in 64-bit mode, as does the majority of the system.
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Hi everyone, My first post. I just got my new 27" iMac i7 standard version well almost, I upgraded to 8gb of RAM. I love it!!!! But can't get Safari to remember Canada....this really p_sses me off. Any suggestions? Thanks