> > Does this mean that my multi-processor Mac clone (Daystar Genesis MP
> > 2x200MHz) actually makes both processors available to Retrospect???
> Sorry. The Mac OS isn't SMP.
> Software needs to be specifically written to direct 
> operations to the CPUs. I'm
> not sure how many apps were written that way (Photoshop?), 
> but the number was
> relative small.

Photoshop and After Effects. But there aren't any MP macs anymore anyway, so
it doesn't matter.

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