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    The first update in over a year. The only changes are "Adds support for Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and additional handhelds that were not supported by version 4.2.1 Rev A.". Although I've been using it with Tiger from day one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imageone
    The first update in over a year. The only changes are "Adds support for Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and additional handhelds that were not supported by version 4.2.1 Rev A.". Although I've been using it with Tiger from day one.
    YES!

    I have such information that Mac OS X version 10.4 "Tiger" is the fifth and latest major upgrade to Mac OS X for Apple's Macintosh computers, and released to the public on 29 April, 2005. It was preceded by Mac OS X v10.3 "Panther".

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    I've also used the previous version happily with Tiger. ISince upgrading, I get the following message on every startup:

    The application "Transport Monitor" could not be launched because of a shared library error: "h<Transport Monitor><Transport Monitor><HotSyncLib.PPC><__ct__16CTransportRelMacFP18OpaqueTransportRefUc>"

    Missing Sync still works, although the first time it ran it 'needed to do some repairs'.
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    Where do you get the upgrade?
    I've heard that polar bear steaks are tough, but maybe if you marinated them in beer they'd turn out all right.
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    Mac OS X Tiger boasts better compatibility than any other desktop operating system. Share files with Windows users, connect to any network and communicate automatically with other Macs using Bonjour technology. Mac OS X Tiger is compatible with different users, too. VoiceOver and Universal Access assist people who have difficulty using a computer, while Mac OS X for the Family gives parents greater control over how their kids use the Mac. And thanks to its solid UNIX foundation, Tiger offers a powerful security architecture that protects your data from prying eyes.


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    Mac OS X Tiger boasts better compatibility than any other desktop operating system. Share files with Windows users, connect to any network and communicate automatically with other Macs using Bonjour technology. Mac OS X Tiger is compatible with different users, too. VoiceOver and Universal Access assist people who have difficulty using a computer, while Mac OS X for the Family gives parents greater control over how their kids use the Mac. And thanks to its solid UNIX foundation, Tiger offers a powerful security architecture that protects your data from prying eyes.


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