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https://www.stillside.com/products/M...NIEP18%0A.html

Quite a url just saw the whole thing. I did a google search or mac os 10.5 and this is one of the items at 17.00. While I think it's and attractive price for a doomed os there isn't much info, that I can understand, to make an intelligent decision. I don't know what the use of the word media means in this context. Is it a reference to that fact that it's on a disc or.... what?

Thanks if you can help,

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Before making people click on links, why not actually explain what it leads to? If I had to guess, I'd say it's a link to a version of OS X for fifteen bucks?

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Edit: Had to make sure it was a legit link first, sorry. So, it's Leopard. I personally would just go for Snow Leopard if your machine was capable of running it, rather than wasting time and money.
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