Growing Low End Mac

, Dan Knight, 

I love Macs, and I’ve been publishing Low End Mac since April 1997. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I haven’t had much time to write lately, but that’s finally changing.

G4 Mac mini, a Second Class Mac

, Dan Knight, 

When it was introduced in January 2005, the G4 Mac mini was the smallest desktop computer on the market – and the least expensive Mac Apple had ever built. Measuring 6.5″ square and 2″ tall, the Mac mini was dwarved by almost any desktop computer built before it.

Support Low End Mac

, Dan Knight, 

I’ve been publishing Low End Mac (LEM) since April 1997. It began as a way to learn Web page design and help Mac users get the most out of their aging Apple gear. There weren’t many online Mac resources in 1997.

Overclocking Your Low End Mac

, LEM Staff, 

Many Mac models can be “chipped” to run at a higher speed. These pages provide information on the maximum reliable speed. This may vary from one machine to the next. Chipping is not authorized by Apple. Any modifications you perform on your Mac may damage it. Modifications are done at your own risk.

The Late 2014 Mac mini Value Equation

, Dan Knight, 

The Mac mini has always been the runt of the Mac litter, and not just in size. When Apple upgraded the G4 model, it never announced it. The Mini ran a Core Duo CPU long after everything else had migrated to Core 2 Duo. And now it’s been almost two years since the Mini was last […]