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Posted on 2003-10-31
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It seems that one can find hundreds, if not thousands of informative web sites for PC's  and, all things pertinant to them. Perhaps I'm just dense, which wouldn't come as a surprise to others nor myself but, where in IT heaven can I find the same for the mighty "Apple OS" including, older versions?

Many thanks, chesgems
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Hi chesgems,
Have you found MacFixit.com yet? http://www.macfixit.com/

Cheers!

Brad
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Almost all of the links posted are summarized by www.macsurfer.com 
This web site looks for all the new news/opinion/rumor/test result web pages that relate to the Macintosh. It is updated at least a half dozen times during the day.

Thanks for the grade!

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