To be honest with you, if you can't get 128mb minimum, OS X is not even worth trying. Stick with classic, and hey, maybe Linux as well. Don't torture yourself.
iPhoto is an OS X only app, but there are plenty of good apps out there that can help you out with handling your pics, though none handle digital camera pics as easily as iPhoto. Might I suggest you get GraphicConvertor, a shareware program that includes a browser, which will run under OS 9 with CarbonLib. There are lots of others there.
Don't stress. Just try and make the most of what you've got to work with. If that's OS 9, then cool.
Last edited by symphonix; July 16th, 2002 at 09:15 AM.
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