The question is: Does it make sense to upgrade a G4 to Leopard? But, I wonder if it is worth the effort and slightly higher cost (family pack vs. The G4s can't, for example, seem to be able to smoothly display 720p movie trailers in Quicktime. I seem to remember having very different OS install disks for my Mac Mini G4 and Mac Book Pro.

i Tunes is fine but with only 512MB RAM (and I don't intend to upgrade RAM on these boxes) Garageband balks on even some of my little experiments brought over from the Mac Book. If it does then I will most likely upgrade to keep everything the same - if not then I doubt I will upgrade either. Leopard running on my G4 1GHz Powerbook - hm I don't know. I think with Leopard is the right time for more power!

I'm love to move to a new Mac Pro desktop but just can't seem to justify it. As long as Apple continues to develop software for PPC and Intel, I have no reason to replace them.

My systems include: 2002 Quick Silver 1GHz DP w/1.5GB RAM 2003 - 2004 e Mac 1.26GHz w/1GB RAM 2005 Mirrored Door 1.25GHz SP w/1GB RAM 2005 Power Book 1.67GHz w/1GB RAM For the G4 macs I have, Tiger isn't an option.

Performance enhancements and number of end user upgrades gives it a special position among others.

These and several other reasons are there for users willing to upgrade to snow leopard.

Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5) is the sixth major release of Mac OS X (now named mac OS), Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers.

Leopard was released on October 26, 2007 as the successor of Tiger (version 10.4), and is available in two editions: a desktop version suitable for personal computers, and a server version, Mac OS X Server.

This is quite disappointing for anyone, because considerable number of ones precious photos organized in iphoto.

Many such cases have been found in which unexpected deletion of photos and videos is observed on upgrading.

When first discussed in June 2005, Jobs had stated that Apple intended to release Leopard at the end of 2006 or early 2007.