Too many major websites are using features that in-effect are "walking away from" my old OS 10.3.9 and Firefox 2.
(That is, my favorite browser, and its available plugins and extensions, are starting to no longer render some common websites properly, or at all.) I would like to experiment with alternative browsers but do not know which ones have archived "antique" versions that can be downloaded and installed on such an old Mac. My machine is a Power PC "i Mac" -- the version with the white half-sphere base and the moderately thick flat-screen on a "stalk" -- sort of like the movie "Wall-E" but with a rounded body. Your computer is over 10 years old now, has a slower processor and less memory than my phone, and is well into the timeframe where it can be expected to stop working without notice. What I was hoping for with my question was some specific pointers to URLs for non-Firefox browser "archived installation files", hopefully with specifics about which Mac OS X version was the "topmost" for each of the available browser versions, still on file.
They are downloaded to your Mac and installed by mounting the associated disk image and launching the Installer package therein.
There are two types of Standalone Updates: Individual and Combo.
OS X Standalone Updates and provides links to such.
Standalone Updates enable you to apply updates to Mac OS X in lieu of using Software Update.
et quand on n'a payé, on n'a plus que ses yeux pour pleurer !
Merci par avance à ceux qui pourront m'apporter leur aide.
For example, the Mac OS X 10.7.4 Update updates Mac OS X 10.7.3 to version 10.7.4.However, the current mac OS is a Unix operating system built on technology that had been developed at Ne XT from the 1980s until Apple purchased the company in early 1997.Although it was originally marketed as simply "version 10" of the Mac OS (indicated by the Roman numeral "X"), it has a completely different codebase from Mac OS 9, as well as substantial changes to its user interface.It was first released in 1999 as Mac OS X Server 1.0, with a widely released desktop version—Mac OS X 10.0—following in March 2001.Since then, several more distinct desktop and server editions of mac OS have been released.- je sais que je dois trouver une version 10.4 "universelle" (mono-utilisateur me suffit) : qu'est-ce que cela signifie exactement ? Je sais aussi que cette version 10.4 Tiger est installable avec un seul DVD, noir avec un grand X gris dessus. - puis-je installer directement une version 10.4.6 par exemple ?