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Well, i am new to mac and just purchased an iMac G4 with Mac OS X10.2.8. Which other versions would i have to get so i can be up to date with the Tiger 10.4 or can i just purchase the new version and install it? Thanks for the help?

Ryan
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Nope, you'll just have to get Tiger and install it. 5 clicks and you'll be done
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Well, i am new to mac and just purchased an iMac G4 with Mac OS X10.2.8. Which other versions would i have to get so i can be up to date with the Tiger 10.4 or can i just purchase the new version and install it? Thanks for the help?

Ryan

you can go straight from 10.2.8 to tiger. if your a student, its only 70 bucks. good luck with it!
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Thanks alot guys, appreciate the help! and yes i am a student
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