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OS 10.5 - OSX 10.5.6 on eMac

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Mac Specs: eMac, 1GHZ, 1GB Memory, OS X 10.5

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I am running OSX 10.5.6 on an eMac (Education Edition) that has a 1Ghz CPU and 1GB of memory. Works great. I suggest 10.5.6 to anybody using a machine with the specs required. 10.5 is very decent of a release.
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i doubt it would run on my old 700 emac
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