I'd like to third or fourth that (you count) by saying that yes, it's
very slow. I've got a G3 400 MHz iMac with 1 GB of RAM (1,024 MB),
running VPC 6.1 and Win2K, and it's so dang slow I just refuse to use
it at all. I will say that it is much much much more stable than VPC 4
and 5, though. I can't tell if that's Win2K being more stable or OS X
being more stable. If it weren't so damn slow, it would be a great
deal. If VPC 5 worked natively under OS X I would switch back
immediately. (BTW, if I'm wrong on the VPC 5 and OS X thing, please let
me know.) So as far as XP is concerned, I would have to say "no."
It's a shame, too, you know? I mean, if VPC 4 and 5 runs OK on a G3,
why wouldn't VPC 6.*? I mean, why does every new upgrade for every
application require you to have a brand new ultra-fast computer? This
is my rant, I know, but it's damn frustrating.
My two cents,
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