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This question will be so easy for anyone but me:

I'm looking at buying a slightly used Mac, and will want to install Dreamweaver on it. Dreamweaver says it needs to be OS 10.5.7 or above my question is whether a Mac that says it has OS 10.5 Leopard will do it, or was there an upgrade between 10.5 and 10.6 that I'm not seeing anywhere.
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10.5.7 is just one of the incremental updates to 10.5 Leopard

Unlike Windows, OSX is updated on a regular basis, any version of 10.5 you get on that used mac can be updated to 10.5.8 for free using Apples Software update

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Unlike Windows, OSX is updated on a regular basis...
Windows does get updated on a regular basis too... The difference is OS X updates fix the problem or add a new feature. Whereas Windows updates 'might' fix the problem but at the same time will cause something else to go wrong...
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