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Hi Guys

I am currently running Snow Leopard Version 10.5.8. How do I update to 10.6 or above? If you could post a download link that would be great.

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Hi Guys

I am currently running Snow Leopard Version 10.5.8. How do I update to 10.6 or above? If you could post a download link that would be great.
No you're not...10.5.8 is "Leopard"...not Snow Leopard. If you want/need to update to "Snow Leopard" (OS 10.6)...you need to purchase an OS 10.6 install disk.

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Yeah, when the number after the first "dot" changes, it costs money, and cannot be downloaded. That's actually called an upgrade. An update is when the number after the second "dot" changes, and those are free downloads.
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