Thursday, April 28, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 02:00 AM
"Stuck on an ancient PPC Mac? That's cool: they're still great machines, and I have an old Powerbook I keep around as a guest laptop myself. The problem, unfortunately, is that while these machines are still quite excellent at lighter computing tasks, the thing they have primarily been good for - doing some light browsing and emailing - has become more and more difficult, thanks to the heady advances of HTML5 and CSS3, and the decision of browser makers to leave the PPC architecture behind."
This is exactly what I need to be able to use my PPC iMac G5, glad they came out with this nifty program. What this program does is take Firefox 4 and gets it to run under OS X 10.4 and 10.5, so now you can get more life out of your old desktop. Or laptop too I suppose. You can get more information at the TenFourFox website here.