View Full Version : I needed this...

01-22-2003, 01:45 PM
What a great tool..and free!
What's new in this version:

Adds Motorola, PowerComputing, and UMAX clones.
* Includes a description and image for most models from Apple-History or The Apple Museum .
* New printing engine.
* Updated GUI under Mac OS X including optional translucent windows.
* Adds PowerBook G4 (1GHz/867MHz), PowerBook G4 (17-inch), PowerBook G4 (12-inch) , iBook (Opaque 16 VRAM), iBook (32 VRAM), iBook (14" LCD 32 VRAM), and AirPort Extreme Base Station
* Info on the Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver 2002) EDU Model is now in its own window.
* Includes the ability to re-order and change the font of the menus in the main window.
* Added ability to hide the Update Now button in the main window.
* You can now cycle through model info from the model info window using back and forward buttons (or equivalent shortcut keys).
* Added Chimes of Death in addition to the Startup Chimes.
* Lists Apple recommended maximum RAM along with third-party recommendations.
* Additional information to all model windows.
* Added info for latest Apple software and firmware releases.
* Support for additional update mirror sites.
* Updated back and forward arrow buttons.
* Adds links to Mactracker user forums.
* Fixes bug where iMac notes field was limited to 15 characters.
* Fixed a bug where the Minimize menu item would minimize the wrong
Product Description:
Mactracker provides detailed technical information on every Apple Macintosh model along with information on Motorola, PowerComputing, and UMAX clones. The database also includes Apple displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, AirPort Base Stations, iPod, Newtons, and Mac OS versions. A built-in update engine insures the database is always up-to-date. Mactracker also includes the ability for you to add your own custom "notes" to each of the model info windows.

[This message has been edited by Macaholic (edited 23 January 2003).]

01-22-2003, 04:42 PM

Thanks for the link; the OS X version is great so far...

Used to just go to everymac.com for this type of info, and probably still will cause they have other stuff like CPU upgrades, but this is just what we needed.