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Upgrade if you're a legacy QuarkXPress user and want Mac OS X support; otherwise, try Adobe InDesign.
If you're working on a multimedia project that the iLife suite can't tackle, there's a good chance that Toast with Jam can.
McAfee Internet Security 6.0 is fine, but Norton Internet Security 2004 is a better deal, thanks to superior spam filtering.
Toast 6.0 Titanium offers demanding users a more powerful and efficient alternative to OS X's basic CD- and DVD-burning capabilities.
Adobe Acrobat 6.0 is an indispensable upgrade for any serious Acrobat user. But individual users should look for a cheaper option.
Nero 6.0 Ultra is a versatile, comprehensive CD/DVD software suite that gives you excellent bang for the buck.
Retrospect is a meticulously thorough backup app that's sure to please small-business users, but it may be overkill for home users.
Virtual PC 6.0 is the best way to run Windows on OS X, but it's not worth the price for older Macs.
The FileMaker Pro 6.0 relational database provides power without forcing you to learn a programming language like Access does. For newcomers and business experts alike, FileMaker is a powerful, intuitive, less expensive alternative to Access.
VirusScan is not the best virus slayer on the street. Go for Norton AntiVirus instead and install a free firewall such as ZoneAlarm.