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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Rock star poser, Mar 5, 2009.
Can somebody tell me how please?
Apple symbol at the top left corner>Software Update
as easy as that thanks buddy
NP you're welcome, just get your first Mac?
by the way i have a friend who has 10.4.11 and wants to update it to 10.5.6, does anybody know how this can be done?
For this your friend will have to purchase the Leopard operating system on the apple website or in store.
Heres something to note:
As you can see in those numbers there, 10.4.11 & 10.5.6
The 10 means Mac OS 10. The 4 in the first one means Tiger Operating System, the 5 in the second means Leopard operating system. The numbers behind it are just showing what version of that OS you are running. Leopard isn't free and a disk with it on needs to be purchased.
FWIW I would not buy Leopard 10.5.x either in the Apple store or website. You can get it much cheaper on eBay or Craigslist. I got a family pack last year for $89 on eBay while Apple wanted $199 for it I think.
Seems like you got a good deal there!
thanks for the feedback. i have the disc for leopard that i could give him to install on his imac.
Not proper and a violation of the EULA. Your friend needs his own copy of Leopard.
(Make sure the person's system is not really old and can't install Leopard).
What if its a family pack though?
1) It likely won't work, unless he has the same model of Mac (if this is the disc that came with yours).
2) It is piracy.
3) It is against the Apple EULA.
Family Packs are only for the same household.