Currently Being ModeratedNov 23, 2012 2:06 PM (in response to Tushev M.)
You can download the new Safari 6 if you want to, but I recommend sticking with version 5 (linked above) unless you upgrade your Mac to Mountain Lion.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 27, 2012 9:49 AM (in response to Tushev M.)
Tushev M. wrote:
I'm really nervous, because Chrome get started some bugs and I don't fix it yet.
Uninstall Chrome and any Google software, then search online for the rootkit autoupdater and how to uninstall that.
And for upgrade to Mountain Lion I don't ready yet:)
I agree with you, 10.6 is so much better and faster, runs your older PPC based software.
Nearly 50% of OS X users are still on 10.6
Apple is still issuing security updates for 10.6, however Safari 6 (with numerous patches) is only for later OS versions.
So you should be using Firefox as it's at 17.0 now and receives attention and updates, unlike Safari 5.04 which isn't.
You might want to be considering making bootable clones of 10.6 and also installing Deep Freeze, just in case Apple cuts off security updates for 10.6 you can keep your machine secure.