How Many People Still Running 10.5 On Alu Macbook?

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by JamesGorman, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. JamesGorman macrumors 65816

    JamesGorman

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    Just as the title says? Im just wondering how many people are still running 10.5.x and why haven't you upgraded ?

    Thanks,
    James
     
  2. chill. macrumors 6502

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    i'm guilty, just haven't gotten around to it because there were loads of people complaining about bugs and there are no features that really interest me
     
  3. Mlandzaat macrumors newbie

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    Guilty as wel, allthough I did upgrade to Snow Leopard before.
    Had some problems that now turn out to be hardware related, wasn't sure about that so I did go back to Leopard to make sure Snow Leopard wasn't the cause of my problems.
    But I'm going back to Snow Leopard as soon as I get my problems with the Macbook sorted out:)
    Don't know why because Leopard runs OK for me to, must be I like to be the latest OS or something...:cool:

    Martijn
     
  4. tri3limited macrumors 6502

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    Leopard works perfectly for me and although all my hardware add-ons now have drivers, it seems like quite an effort to go for a wipe and install - have never trusted 'upgrade' option on anything!
     
  5. Menge macrumors 6502a

    Menge

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    Another one here. I actually HAD SL installed. But backed out because it was just too buggy/sluggish on my MacBook. So I reinstalled Leopard. I do miss some of SL's stuff like GCD (I have software I wrote that uses it).
     
  6. Psycdude macrumors member

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    The minor upgrade hardly seemed worth the effort or cost...
    Which says a lot considering it is relatively cheap an easy to upgrade :D
     
  7. old-wiz macrumors G3

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    I bought the upgrade disk at the $9.95 price since I had just purchased a new MBP. However, I haven't bothered to upgrade from 10.5.8 since I see no good reason to do so. My MBP is perfectly stable and works fine and I don't want to mess with something working well. I've seen too many issues with SL.
     
  8. firewater macrumors regular

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    Everything seems to be working great with SL update for now, yea the internet problem has been fix!!!:)
     

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