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Tiger, Leopards, Snow Leopards and Big Fish


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My wife runs a lot of Big Fish games on her iMac. She's also still running OS X Tiger. Can I safely upgrade her to Snow Leopard, or at least Leopard, without making problems for her games?

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My wife runs a lot of Big Fish games on her iMac. She's also still running OS X Tiger. Can I safely upgrade her to Snow Leopard, or at least Leopard, without making problems for her games?

Thanx.
The first & most obvious thing to do is see if the "Big Fish" games are compatible with OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard). Same answer for upgrading to Leopard (OS 10.5).

Secondly...you didn't mention what iMac you have...but it must have an Intel CPU to install Snow Leopard...and if it's an older iMac...need at least an 867mhz CPU to upgrade to Leopard.

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