HT1222: Apple security updatesLearn about Apple security updates
Currently Being ModeratedSep 10, 2013 11:17 PM (in response to jpsonofjohn)
Yes, you are stuck with whichever version is installed with the installed version of OS X. If there are updates for you to install you will find them by opening Software Update in System Preferences. Unfortunately, you will find that your uses for a G4 model will be quite limited.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 12, 2013 9:46 AM (in response to jpsonofjohn)
I'm using TenFourFox on Tiger. Great product.
TenFourFox -- It's a port of the latest FireFox to run on older hardware and software.
"World's most advanced web browser. Finely tuned for the Power PC."
-- works for me on 10.4. Supports 10.5
alternative download site:
OmniWeb uses the lastest Safari framework. The open source WebKit. Other browsers like Safari and iCab use the OS version of WebKit. The OmniWeb downloaded dmg includes it's own copy of the latest WebKit.
Restore Tiger 10.4 & Leopard 10.5 DVDs are available from Apple by calling 800-767-2775 as of January 20, 2013.
Requirements for Mac OS X v10.5