What can you do if your computer is too old to update your browser?
I am running MAC 10.4.11 OSX therefore the system itself does not have the capabilities to upgrade to the new Firefox, and /or hotmail.
Nothing comes out correctly and I am not that it can make my system unstable.
What can I do to help fix this situation? Please do not tell me to buy a new system unless you are offering one.
Thank you everyone, as I have tried everything I can think of and nothing works.
Stay safe with "Sandy".
Re: What can you do if your computer is too old to update your browser?
I also have an old mac osx 10.4.11 and I love it, it does everything I need it to do, it's about 7 years old and I'm nearly 62, so who's "vintage", here (that's what the mac store fella called my computer!)? Honestly, how can I be a green ol' gal and keep a tool that works beautifully if Firefox outdates my system? Please help, I have Sophos anti-virus and take good care of this modern tool, in my luddite way........ ¡muchas gracias!
If the point is to have a modern browser, then Camino isn't going to cut it. It still uses Gecko 126.96.36.199, the rendering engine used in Firefox 3.6.28.
Please help, I have Sophos anti-virus and take good care of this modern tool, in my luddite way........
Having an anti-virus is good, but it doesn't change the fact that the last security update for Tiger was published over 3 years ago, and all browser plug-ins that run on Tiger are also outdated and insecure.
In any case, if you want an up-to-date version of Firefox, use TenFourFox. OmniWeb and iCab are other browsers that are up-to-date and still work on Mac OS X 10.4.