I just opened my old 2001 iBook, running 10.3.9 (2005) with 320 MB of RAM. The Finder was surprisingly snappy. It slowed down a bit once I had an application or two running.
In the dock (on the right had side, vertical) Graphic Converter, Safari, SuperCard, AppleWorks, Claris Emailer, Flash MX, Tex-edit-plus, terminal, NetNewsWire, IE, QuickTime, System Prefs and Classic. There are a few other fond memories in the Application Folder.
I couldn’t get it on the Wifi but it connected via Ethernet.
I was hoping to find out what podcasts I was listening to back then, but no luck, nothing in iTunes at all, I think I cleared out it out at some point to pass on to my wife or daughter.
(My first mac was a performa 475 bought in 1996 just as the power pc macs appeared.)
This shot of the Bass Rock was taken from the harbour at North Berwick on Friday the 2nd of August 2013. We were through in the area for the celebration of 60 years of SU holidays at Scoughall and decided to have lunch in the town first of all. I will try to write something about that separately.
This photo was taken with a Nikon D300s and a Sigma 120-300mm lens. The wallpaper was created using fd Flickr Toys.
If you like the image then please feel free to download and use it.
As the image above is formatted for a widescreen monitor (like my Mac) there are also iphone and normal formatted versions here.