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FMP database on a MacBook Air?


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I apologize in advance if this is the wrong place for this thread; I couldn't find one that looked more appropriate.

Does anyone have experience running a FMP db on a MacBook Air? Is the air up to the task? We are developing a Contact/Documents database of moderate size (we are a small non-profit), and looking into purchasing a MacBook Air.

Has anyone used FMP with an Air, and if so, have you had any problems? I'd appreciate any thoughts or experiences.

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I'm actually running advanced and program all the time on mine. They work well because of the SSD and no moving parts. The down side is the screen size. I was too used to my 27 inch iMac and when I had to use my Air at my clients offices it was compacted! But as for performance I've seen no issues.

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I'm actually running advanced and program all the time on mine. They work well because of the SSD and no moving parts. The down side is the screen size. I was too used to my 27 inch iMac and when I had to use my Air at my clients offices it was compacted! But as for performance I've seen no issues.

Great!!! Thank you for the info.

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