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do i need to get snow leopard for ilife 11


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I am a mac user using mac os x version 10.5.8

do i need to get snow leopard to run the new ilfe 11??
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But the upgrade to Snow Leopard is cheap - assuming you have an Intel mac

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thanks louishen, so i should get it then yes? also how do i rep u?
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you see that funny looking icon underneath his name, underneath "quicksilver"? the ! is to report. the other is for rep.
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thanks louishen, so i should get it then yes? also how do i rep u?
I think he already answered that. And did you read the system requirements link?

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