Something tells me the answer is going to be no, since the mac's MP
implementation is so clunky. Don't apps like Photoshop need special
plug-ins to work with multiple processors?

I'd be happy to be wrong about this ...


"O'Donnell, Dan (NBC)" wrote:
> 
> Does this mean that my multi-processor Mac clone (Daystar Genesis MP
> 2x200MHz) actually makes both processors available to Retrospect???
> 
> 

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