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Authored by: boredzo on Oct 30, '09 05:45:48PM

There's no performance advantage. The only way there could be is if an application is a universal binary and is set to prefer PowerPC over Intel architectures, and there's no reason to do that. Any PowerPC-only apps wouldn't work, and any universal apps should always run as Intel anyway.

If you do have a universal app that runs as PowerPC on your Intel Mac, you should complain to the app's developers.



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