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Some Software Supported Mac?

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Hey guys,

Im planning to buy 15-in MacBook Pro for $2000. I need more info about some win software can works in Mac, i know OpenOffice.org and Firefox works in Mac. But what about Java? I know it entirely based on win. But Is there any mac apps or software that use java to make it work?

I went to java.com to look if they have a support for Mac but nothing.... I need more info about Mac supported software

The reason why i am going for Mac because of their graphical and film editing. they the best for that.

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Open Office, Firefox and jave are not windows apps. They are apps that has a windows version. They also have a version that works on Mac os an linux.

As for java it comes installed on your mac when there is a java update it will appear in your software updates. You don't have to think about it.

When ever your looking for Mac software check Mac update.

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Open Office, Firefox and jave are not windows apps. They are apps that has a windows version. They also have a version that works on Mac os an linux.

As for java it comes installed on your mac when there is a java update it will appear in your software updates. You don't have to think about it.

When ever your looking for Mac software check Mac update.

Yeah, that's the beauty of macs! I had to do a command line install to get java on my ubuntu Linux box. I love OS X. :D

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Open Office, Firefox and jave are not windows apps. They are apps that has a windows version. They also have a version that works on Mac os an linux.

As for java it comes installed on your mac when there is a java update it will appear in your software updates. You don't have to think about it.

When ever your looking for Mac software check Mac update.

Yeah, that's the beauty of macs! I had to do a command line install to get java on my ubuntu Linux box. I love OS X. :D

Sun has allowed everyone to freely distribute their Java runtime, recently. I know Ubuntu has Sun Java packages in their repos, now.

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Open Office, Firefox and jave are not windows apps. They are apps that has a windows version. They also have a version that works on Mac os an linux.

As for java it comes installed on your mac when there is a java update it will appear in your software updates. You don't have to think about it.

When ever your looking for Mac software check Mac update.

Yeah, that's the beauty of macs! I had to do a command line install to get java on my ubuntu Linux box. I love OS X. :D

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