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Re: Performance--OSX universal binary

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  • Subject: [mg74780] Re: Performance--OSX universal binary
  • From: "ragfield" <ragfield at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2007 04:07:10 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <euvml8$eg4$1@smc.vnet.net>

On Apr 4, 3:12 am, pwmille... at yahoo.com wrote:
> I've recently installed Mathematica 5.2 for students on my Intel Macintosh, and everything seems to be functioning correctly.  The only issue is that the version of Mathematica on the install disk is the PPC version and not the universal version.  Hence, my computer is running Mathematica through Rosetta, Apple's PPC interpretation layer.  This is quite slow!
>
> Where can I download the universal binary version of Mathematica for OSX?  Will I need to re-enter or get a new password to install this new version?


Mathematica 5.2.2 is the first Intel-native version for Mac OS X.  You
can probably get the more recent version from wherever you bought the
your student version, or possibly from Wolfram Research technical
support.

-Rob



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