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OS 10.5 - older iLife on leopard


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Can I use the tiger install discs that came with my laptop to install the old iLife apps onto leopard? I don't really get why they don't include that software in the os and I REALLY don't get why the best word software apple can include is text edit which is pathetic. But does anyone know about the install thing? thanks.
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Can I use the tiger install discs that came with my laptop to install the old iLife apps onto leopard? I don't really get why they don't include that software in the os and I REALLY don't get why the best word software apple can include is text edit which is pathetic. But does anyone know about the install thing? thanks.
why should they include a better word processor when no other OS incudes one? they are a business not a charity after all..

anyway, yes you can use your tiger discs to install ilife.
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I thought windows came with word. O well whatever I'm not mad or anything just curious. Thanks.
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I thought windows came with word. O well whatever I'm not mad or anything just curious. Thanks.
No, it doesn't.

Word is part of Office, not Windows.

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oo guess I was wrong then. thanks for the replies
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