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iMac G4 and iMac 20-Inch Specifications
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The iMac G4 was initially released in January of 2002. Subsequent upgrades over the next couple of years brought several noteworthy advances to the iMac G4, including faster processor speed, a more robust hard drive and the first Mac offering of a 20-inch LCD monitor. The iMac G4 continues to hold its own in usability for many users not needing industrial speed and power. As of 2009, Apple still o

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How to Use an iMac As a DAW
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DAW stands for "Digital Audio Workstation." Many computer systems are capable of becoming a DAW on different levels. Some DAW systems require PCI cards or specific hardware that requires a specific computer type or interface connections. Others operate from FireWire or USB connections. An iMac is a very capable computer and can be used with most FireWire or USB DAW systems that work on Apple's OSX

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How to Cut on an iMac
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The Mac and Windows operating systems share many characteristics with each other. One example is that both operating systems use a "windowed" approach to dealing with applications on the screen. Another example is the way the cut, copy and paste features are implemented -- both operating systems use similar keyboard shortcuts. If you're using an iMac running Mac OS and you want to learn how to cut

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How to Take Apart an iMac G3
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Whether there is a faulty part that needs to be replaced or you have an old iMac that is no longer functioning, you may want to open the case to reach the internal components. Taking apart an iMac G3 is a more involved process than with a PC because all of the parts are connected directly to the monitor in a smaller space.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
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How to Get a CD out of an iMac
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The Apple iMac desktop computer combines an LED flat-panel display, a hard drive and a central processor into a single unit, with the optical drive slot located on the right-hand side of the display. When you are done using a CD on your iMac, eject it to remove it from the computer. Whether it is an audio CD that you were listening to with the free iTunes application that comes installed on every

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iMac 2.4 Vs. iMac 2.6
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When researching which Apple computer is right for you, you need to consider all of the specifications available. Read below to learn the difference between an iMac 2.4 and an iMac 2.6. ProcessorThe numbers 2.4 and 2.6 refer to the GHz, or gigahertz, that the computer has. A gigahertz is a measurement used to calculate computer processing speeds. For the iMac, this means that the 2.6 GHz compu

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IMac 2.16 Vs. iMac 2.40
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The iMac is a line of desktop computers from Apple. The numbers 2.16 and 2.40 represent the speeds of the microprocessors associated with different models of iMac. There are actually two iMac desktops with a 2.16-gigahertz processor speed: models MA589LL and MA456LL. Three iMacs have a 2.40-GHz processor speed: models MA877LL, MA878LL and MB323LL/A. ProcessorsThe MA589LL and MA456LL iMacs conta

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Does the iMac Come with Wi-Fi?
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The original iMac, released in 1998, featured wired network connectivity through a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet slot. Wireless connectivity was experimented with as far back as 1971, but it wasn't until 1999 that wireless connectivity, called Wi-Fi, was perfected. Apple spearheaded the Wi-Fi generation, offering it as an option on all of its new laptop computers beginning in 1999. As wireless technology

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How to Gut Your iMac
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Removing all of the components from inside your iMac all-in-one computer allows you to use the case for something else. It takes skill and patience to gut an iMac without causing any damage to the case, but after you have the case emptied, you can use it for a number of things. Some people have made planters or aquariums from gutted iMacs. Use extreme caution when taking apart your iMac or any com

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Can Blu-ray Be Used with an iMac?
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Apple iMac computers are not equipped with internal Blu-ray disc drives, so it is not possible to play Blu-ray discs directly on the computer. You can connect an external Blu-ray disc player, install some different software and come close to being able to watch a Blue-ray disc to its fullest potential on your iMac, but no more than close. Makeshift ViewingIf you put a Blu-ray disc into the iMac

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