Google chrome para mac os x 10.5.8 powerpc
Ok, We have had our mac OS X for a long time. But then we couldn't figure out the password so we got that fixed. I don't know how to download it anymore. I would like to know how to download it and I would also like directions. Please and thank you!
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Mac From The Past: That Old iBook Still Has Life Left In It
And no. I haven't had google chrome on this computer. First time downloading google chrome. Yes No. This question is locked and replying has been disabled.
Still have questions? Viewed k times. PowerPC or Intel? Cybermatatu Cybermatatu 1 1 silver badge 2 2 bronze badges. Adobe Technical Support doesn't provide support for installation or use of archived versions of Flash Player.
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As I read Adobe's page: whilst Flash Player Without that support from Adobe, I should not treat use of outdated Flash Player as safe. I seem to remember that back in February when I first answered the question the article linked helpx. So I inferred that Adobe supported that Flash version too. However, since it wasn't stated explicitely, I chose the wording "which seems to be supported by Adobe".
That's clearly no longer the case extended support for Flash Player Thanks, and sorry!
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I had overlooked the extended support aspect; didn't realise that the You do not have to run the browser on the machine you are sitting at. Yes, it's claptrap and kludgery, but there are reasons to keep these older machines around. I really like the following 2 browsers. They work even on Dan Dan 21 1 1 bronze badge. Can you add some details about thinks you especially like and which make these browsers stand out?
Between the machines and the software it is a big investment and a whole lot of time setting things up and learning how to use it. I usually keep my macs as long as I can.
My only problem now is the browsers. Firefox, Chrome and Safari don't seems to want to support At least FF and Safari run but there are some sites I visit that don't work well with those old versions and the new versions can't be installed on Any suggestions on a browser that will let my macs live a little longer?
DeltaMac Tech. I don't know how much longer that Firefox can be used in that way, but it's a good addition, at least for now. Will it run on Intel Core 2 Duo?
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My machine is an iMac running Sorry - I assumed that you had to stay with You would be better served if you upgrade your OS X, as you will have a lot of other options. Is there a particular reason that you have chosen not to upgrade your operating system? Can you tell me a couple of things? What Mac do you have, and how much RAM memory is installed?