If you're still running Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" on some or all of your Macs, Apple released two updates for you today.
If you're still running Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" on some or all of your Macs, Apple released two updates for you today.The first is for Safari, and brings it to version 3.1.1. Most of the changes there are to improve security.
The second is a big set of security updates.
If you're using Tiger, all of your machines should be at the latest version of Tiger, which is 10.4.11. Go ahead and apply these updates, after first testing them on a couple of machines.
Don't feel pressured to upgrade to Leopard if you're not ready, or if your applications aren't ready. Tiger is still perfectly fine, and is very stable.
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