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Text Edit was updated to support Microsoft Word documents.
Minimum hardware requirements are a 233 MHz G3, a built-in USB port (requires “New World” ROMs), 1.5 GB of available hard drive space, and 128 MB of RAM, although more is recommended. Panther was the first version of OS X to drop support for some of the oldest Macs that had been supported through 10.2.x.
XPost Facto runs under Mac OS 9 and works around those limitations – version 4 supports OS X 10.2 through 10.4 on many unsupported Macs.
This is the oldest version of OS X that still has a few relatively up-to-date browsers to choose from, although recent browsers such as Camino 2 and Firefox 3 are not compatible with it.
If you don’t have broadband access, you can upgrade your Mac at any Apple Store.
Learn more about how to upgrade to mac OS Sierra If you’re running Snow Leopard (10.6.8) and your Mac supports mac OS Sierra, you will need to upgrade to El Capitan first. If you’re running Leopard and would like to upgrade to mac OS Sierra, first you’ll need to upgrade to OS X Snow Leopard.
Opera 9.6 and i Cab 4.6 are the last versions compatible with Panther.
Panther improved performance in almost every area, especially graphics.
Handoff requires an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch with a Lightning connector and i OS 8 or later.
It followed Mac OS X 10.2 and preceded Mac OS X Tiger. Since a New World ROM was required for Mac OS X Panther, certain older computers (such as beige Power Mac G3s and ‘Wall Street’ Power Book G3s) were unable to run Panther by default.
Third-party software (such as XPost Facto) can, however, override checks made during the install process; otherwise, installation or upgrades from Jaguar will fail on these older machines.
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