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I have decided to purchase the MacBook Pro 13" after years of PC use. I will keep my 3 year old 13" Sony Z series as my home (banking etc and work related MS office 2010) unit, and travel ( and have fun ) with the mbp. Question: I have searched the fora but cannot find a recent answer. I only have LR4 installed on the pc, so I should be able to install it on my new unit. Most of my photos are saved on duplicate EHDs via LR. Will the Mac read files saved via the PC? How do I transfer the catalogue to the Mac. What is the best way to move old catalogues that are on my PC hard drive to the EHDs so LR can find them. Same questions for SEP and my Zenfolio site. I also have the latest iPad and an iPhone 5, so I have some experience with Apple. I have an m9, mm and someday an m240. Thank you, in advance, for your answers. No reply is too basic and I welcome any words to the wise. I am a nurse, not a computer wiz. I forgot to mention, I like small laptops, don't play games, listen to minimal music except for a few classical favorites on iTunes, have a Nook for travel, hardly watch movies and lastly live 4 blocks away from the Apple store here in SF, which is next door to Fireside Camera, my local Leica store. kaethe
Knowing that many (most?) of you are Mac users and I'm about to renew all my computers, and considering the big change from Windows to Mac, I wonder if you have any advice on the following issue? My research into the latest Mac options has led me to discover that quite a few people have reservations about Snow Leopard as an upgrade to the previous OS. Is this something that should concern me, especially as Windows 7 is coming onstream to many favourable reviews? It would be a very considerable investment in hard and software especially compared to buying new Windows machines and a hard decision to make. I'm not really interesting in starting yet another Mac v. MS thread, but in opinions about Snow Leopard. Thanks for any reasonably objective opinions. Tim