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Imac G4 & Safari

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Mac Specs: iMac G4 15 Inch 700mhx 768mb RAM (Tiger) & Macbook White 1GB RAM (Leopard)

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Hi All,

Can anyone tell me what the latest version of Safari my iMac G4 700mhz will run? I'm currently running 3.0.4 and it's not as nice to use as the most up to date version that i use on my newer macbook.

Any idea's?

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