I have a Mac with OS X 10.5.8 and Safari Browser is 5.0.6 and Yahoo does no support my browser anymore. My problem is I cannot upgrade to OSX 10.6 because the most important software program in my Mac will not work with 10.6 or newer OSX. I have to stick with OSX 10.5.8 no matter what. I tried Firefox, Google Chrome and nothings works because all of these browsers will require a newer version of the OSX.
Sometime in 2012, Adobe Flash asked me to update it. I tried, but it didn't work because my browsers (firefox and chrome) didn't support the newest flash. I tried to update my browsers, but neither firefox nor chrome supports mac os 10.5.8 anymore. Safari keeps telling me to update flash too. I know that using an older version of flash can be a security hazard, so I really want to update.
Please notice that Flash Player 11 only supports 10.6 and newer. You can still download version 10.3 for 10.5 Intel (beware, Flash 10.3 is an archived version and is no longer supported nor updated with security fixes by Adobe).
TenFourFox began as a PowerPC-specific port of Firefox so people still using OS X 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard on G3, G4, and G5 machines would have a more up-to-date version of Firefox than Mozilla provides.
Hello! I updated the tor browser for android from version 10.5.5 to 10.5.8 And found that the \"security settings\" function does not switch modes from normal to safe modes.Why What is the reason
Apple on Wednesday released the latest update to Mac OS X Leopard, version 10.5.8, which improves the reliability of key features such as AirPort wireless networking and Bluetooth while also fixing disappearing display resolutions in System Preferences.
In addition to the AirPort improvements, Mac OS X 10.5.8 features a number of other network-related fixes, such as improved iCal reliability with MobileMe Sync and CalDav, improved data reliability issues with iDisk and MobileMe, overall improvements to AFP reliability, and improved Sync Service reliability.
The 10.5.8 update also addresses an issue that could cause extended startup times and fixes a problem with dragging Aperture images into Automator, which had been incorrectly triggering an iPhoto action.
I have a Mac Power PC G5 (i.e. pre Intel) and I am using OSX 10.5.8. My current Firefox is 3.6.24 and they tell I should upgrade, I guess to FF 4, but tech. spec. recommends Mac Intel. Is a Power PC compatible with FF4 Thanks
The 10.5.8 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Leopard versions 10.5 to 10.5.7 and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, as well as specific fixes for:
Whether you develop for the web and need to see how your site or web app displays itself in multiple browsers, or you just want to visit a site that requires a particular browser that you don't want to use, you may eventually need to use a browser other than Safari. While most of the web is free to access through any browser you'd like, there are occasionally websites (particularly older ones) that need you to use browsers like Internet Explorer, or worse yet, would like you to be on a Windows PC. Or maybe you'd like to see how your site or web app presents itself in Safari on iPhone or iPad, or Chrome on Windows.
Luckily, Safari on Mac has the answer for you. Safari allows you to masquerade as the user of other browsers and Windows through a tool in its Develop menu: changing the user agent. Changing the user agent tells websites that you're using a browser other than the version of Safari that you're using on your Mac. It can event tell a website that you're running Windows. And while Internet Explorer was removed from the default list of user agents in macOS Catalina, you can still add it as on by changing the user agent string manually.
Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5) is the sixth major release of macOS, Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. Leopard was released on October 26, 2007 as the successor of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, and is available in two editions: a desktop version suitable for personal computers, and a server version, Mac OS X Server. It retailed for $129 for the desktop version and $499 for Server. Leopard was superseded by Snow Leopard (version 10.6) in 2009. Leopard is the final version of macOS to support the PowerPC architecture as Snow Leopard functions solely on Intel based Macs.
I asked a few others around the office here if anyone was still actively using a PowerPC machine. Interestingly enough, while several of us had the machines in question for tinkering, nostalgia, or stand-alone tasks (ie. as a media server, file server, print server, etc.), none of the co-workers I asked were actively using their machines for web browsing. But a few suggestions for some alternative browsers were made. After doing a little research on each, I settled on three to try.
The Cisco Jabber Guest solution includes a browser plug-in that is downloaded and installed by the caller on the local machine. For Google Chrome, the web page prompts the user to install the Cisco Jabber Guest Add-on and Cisco Jabber Guest Extension. For all other browsers, the Cisco Jabber Guest web page prompts the caller to download and install the plug-in the first time the service is used.
Cisco Jabber Guest10.6(8) is supported for fresh installs or upgrades from Cisco Jabber Guest10.6(7), 10.5(3), or 10.0(2). To obtain software for a fresh install, refer to the Cisco Unified Communications Applications Ordering Guide or contact your Ciscorepresentative. To obtain software for upgrade, go to Cisco Jabber Gueston cisco.com.
The following table lists the supported client platforms for the SGD Client. Also included are the supported browsers, and the supported desktop menu systems when the SGD Client is operating in Integrated mode.
We are scheduled to hold this class in Room 111/113 with a laboratory of Macintosh G4, Macintosh G5 and iMac G5 computers. There are some additional Macintosh computers in Room 105m (Begle Library), Room 228, Room 615, and in the EMAT office area. In general, the application programs we will use in this class will run on any of the Macintosh computers except the oldest machines. There are distinctions such as operating systems and hard disk drives that have to be accounted for. If you have your own Mac, or access to one, I will help you get set up to run these programs on it (if it is possible) Most Macs today run with operating system 10.5.8 or 10.4.11. In general, as operating systems have improved over time, most people move to the newest system. Our machines in Room 111/113 use System Mac OS 10.5.8 or System Mac OS 10.6 (on Intel processor machines). Most of our software is also available for Windows machines. The functionality of some other Windows software is similar to what we use. Certainly the Windows environment could be used for implementing this course. Students can work at home on a Windows computer and transport to these Rm 111/113 machines via removable media (e.g. CD disks or USB thumb drives) or the network. It is also possible to set up FTP access to the server so that your web productions can be implemented from a remote site. Expect to experience a few hang-ups but it will work. Further, software or hardware with similar functionality is available on many hand-held devices. You would need Windows versions of GSP and Graphing Calculator 3.5 on your computer to fully implement this course. 1e1e36bf2d