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Mac OS-X Lion compatible software?


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Mac OS-X Lion compatible software?

Hello,

I have checked with quite a few online sources, and also found a link here on this forum, 'for APPS',

Link here:

App Compatibility with OS X Lion 10.7

but - it doesn't seem to be showing any references to software such as: (Which versions) DO work with Lion OS? -

Software in question, which one's work with Mac OS-X Lion, which ones don't and most importantly: Which version of each particular software works?

Examples:

MS Office, Adobe versions, iWork, iLife

Which versions for sure, are 'known' to work with Lion?

Thanks!

Have a nice day/evening,

Ed
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