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hi,

sorry if this is the wrong forum to ask this question, but where can i find "older version" of applications for my mac?? cause apple's website and versiontracker.com usually just have the newest version.

thanks upfront...
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i dont know yet...
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aren't there any websites where i can browse the old apps???
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aren't there any websites where i can browse the old apps???
well.....
you already named the two big ones, www.apple.com and www.versiontracker.com

Yes, they feature newer things primarily, but they both have archived and older versions as well. You have to look for them.

So, again... if there is something specific you are looking for, let us know and we can try to see if we can help you out any further.
And just out of curiosity, WHY do you need to find 'older' versions of apps... and more specifically WHAT apps?

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You can try cnet's www.download.com.
thanks a lot, i'll check it out a.s.a.p...
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