Leopard dropped help for the Classic Environment and all Classic functions. It was the ultimate version of Mac OS X to support the PowerPC architecture. As with Panther, certain older machines had been no longer supported; Tiger requires a Mac with 256 MB and a built-in FireWire port.
- Leopard dropped support for the Classic Environment and all Classic functions.
- Leopard supports each PowerPC- and Intel x86-primarily based Macintosh computer systems; support for the G3 processor was dropped and the G4 processor required a minimal clock rate of 867 MHz, and no less than 512 MB of RAM to be put in.
- The single DVD works for all supported Macs (together with sixty four-bit machines).
- Leopard is an Open Brand UNIX 03 registered product on the Intel platform.
- New options embrace a new look, an updated Finder, Time Machine, Spaces, Boot Camp pre-put in, full support for 64-bit functions , new