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I keep getting the message pop up of your plugins are out of date.
I have a power mac G4 osx10.4.11 (tiger)
The trouble I see is the Adobe flash player is for Intel Processors, and there are none available for my system.
What can I do?
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Not much. Most apps have dropped support for the PowerPC architecture and Tiger. You could upgrade to Leopard which would solve a portion of the software based problems but this still wouldn't solve the hardware issue. Thus, you're mostly out of luck.

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That's a bummer. This system still works great.
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You need Flash Player 10.1, as it's the last to support 10.4 and the PowerPC processor.

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