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My knowledge is in between beginner and average. I just started to learn "JAVA" language. I am a retired person. In my MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.4.11. I can down load NetBean IDE 6.8 only. If I want to down load latest NetBean 7.1 and JDK-6 what is the Mac version I should?.
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Please tell us your computer model and if it's Intel or PowerPC.

If I remember correctly, there is no JDK6 available for PowerPC - 5 or more years old Macs.
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Please tell us your computer model and if it's Intel or PowerPC.
OP mentioned that they have a MacBook Pro. All MacBook Pro's have Intel cpu's.

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The earliest Macbook Pro will support 10.6.8. I'd recommend, if you're looking to develop, at least getting to Snow Leopard. Tiger's quite dated at this point.

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gsahli thank for trying to help, The computer is a MacBook pro, Processor is 2.33 GHz
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Memory 2 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM.Hope these particulars would do. Thanks again, tuanb.
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