Club MacMost Exclusive: What To Do With Old Legacy Macs?

If you have a Mac that is too old to be used for work today, what can you do with it besides recycling it?

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Comments: One Response to “What To Do With Old Legacy Macs?”

    Gary T. Pope
    3 weeks ago

    My 2009 iMac can still interact with my old Canon printer and is still a reservoir for older images converted from film and/or slides, without having them thrown into the Apple Photos program, if my concept is correct. I found that Canon stops maintaining its printers for new iMacs after 10 years, but the ink is still available at a discount. In coming days I will be testing out my theory about my 27" legacy iMac and printing or transferring them to image form in my old Canon color printer.

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