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    "PPC support dropped"

    March 23, 2011  |   By CyberSkull


    No pros for me.


    Does not support PPC despite supporting 10.5.


    Mozilla's decision to drop PPC support in 4.0 means I can't but give it the lowest rating. I'm really disappointed in them, especially since I read in the SF Chronicle how they were making such noise over the fact that 4.0 will still run on XP.

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  • Reply by styymy on March 30, 2011

    And you shouldn't be able to give it under a 1star rating. It was said over a year ago that PPC MACS would not be supported past version 3.6 of FF. Open sources does not have the capacity to support OLD OS's. Get over it! 1.) save some money 2.) upgrade your computer.

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