Updating tiger to leopard
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All of these share the same files thanks to Dropbox. Dropbox still supports Windows XP and currently supports OS X Tiger.
So I got the Mac Mini today, was left a notice yesterday for pick-up to-day from Shoppers Drug Mart. It didn't connect with my Airport Express (because it's WPA, Mini is only WEP) but it did connect to my Rogers router. Now I'm not sure if I should key the keyboard and mouse (got it for initial set-up) and go and use my wireless Apple keyboard and buy a trackpad, or leave it as is... This is true, but there are limited 'legal' options available for obtaining the discontinued software. I recently bought two sealed packages of 10.6 - one Retail for and one Server for (free shipping). Retail discs of Leopard were PPC Intel(Leopard itself and the Mac Box Set).
You may be signed out of your account on the desktop client as early as May 18th, 2015, and will not be able to sign in again until you update to OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 or later.