I'm a third year computer engineering student and it would be very convenient for me to have UNIX at home and everywhere I go. So I want to Install Os X on my Powerbook G4 Titanium. I don't want to have a dual boot, I not even sure if I want to bother with classic
I would appreciate it if I could get some suggestions on which software I could use in OS X to replace my most common software in OS 9. I know some of these programs are already OS X native. Please tell me how functionnal, and how productive the replacements/carbonized versions are compared to their Os 9 counterparts. They are in order of importance to me.
1) Metrowerks Codewarrior (for C++ and Java)
2) Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, a bit of PowerPoint)
3) Internet Explorer
5) Analog Workbench (UNIX app)
7) Adobe Photoshop (i know it will probably be a while)
8) Quake 3 (is the Os X version any good?)
Am I a fooooo to go all Os X?
How good is Sun's Star Office? Is it a good complete replacement to Office? I will download it when it commes this summer. Also, can I run programs like Analog Workbench and Mathlab in Os X?
Thanx for the enlightenment