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While Apple shipped the Power PC edition bundled with Power PC-based Macs and also sold it as a separate retail box, the only way to obtain the Intel version was to buy an Intel-based Mac bundled with it.However, it was possible to buy the ‘restore’ DVDs containing the Intel version through unofficial channels such as e Bay, and officially through Apple if you could provide proof of purchase of the appropriate Intel Mac.

There is no universal version of the client operating system, although Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger Server was made available on a universal DVD from version Mac OS X 10.4.7 Tiger.The system requirements of the Power PC edition are: Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger removed support for older New World ROM Macs such as the original i Macs and i Books that were supported in Mac OS X 10.3 Panther; however it is possible to install Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger on these Macs using third-party software (such as XPost Facto) that overrides the checks made at the beginning of the installation process.Likewise, machines such as beige Power Mac G3s and ‘Wall Street’ Power Book G3s that were dropped by Mac OS X 10.3 Panther can also be made to run both Mac OS X 10.3 Panther and Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger in this way.Hi everyone, I've been poking around the forum, and was having trouble finding an answer to my question. I'm running 10.5.5 on a Mac Book Pro (circa March or so). well, hopefully there is some help to be had for this.I've got several email accounts feeding into Mac Mail, one of which (my primary work address), is set up as IMAP.

I get *a lot* of email in a day (often several hundred messages a day-- I'm a CS professor, and some of my classes I teach are huge, heh).

Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger was included with all new Macs, and was also available as an upgrade for existing Mac OS X users, or users of supported pre-Mac OS X systems.

The server edition, Mac OS X Server 10.4, was also available for some Macintosh product lines.

Apple announced a transition to Intel x86 processors during Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger's lifetime, making it the first Apple operating system to work on Apple–Intel architecture machines.

The original Apple TV, released in March 2007, shipped with a customized version of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger branded "Apple TV OS" that replaced the usual GUI with an updated version of Front Row.

Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger is the fifth major release of Mac OS X (now named mac OS), Apple's desktop and server operating system for Mac computers.