All old and new versions of Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) (Intel) Chrome editions are available for download from legacy sources. If you are unable to find Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) (Intel) versions of Chrome below, narrow down your search for the specific platform or app through below links. Apps are listed in chronological order from the release date with latest versions appears on top of the list.
As posted about last month, Google Chrome has today dropped support for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X releases 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8. New installations from the Chrome installer download will not work on machines with those operating systems. Existing users will see a message that they will no longer receive updates because their operating system is unsupportted.
In the last couple of months, It was not uncommon to see people running Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard -- released in 2009), which is a long way from where we are now. Mac OS is currently 10.15.1 (Catalina). If you're using an older Mac OS, then you may have to upgrade to have any hope of Canvas running correctly.
So:-- Does anyone know exactly what Facebook is changing (\"soon\") and/or how soon that change will happen-- Is there any version of Firefox more recent than 45.0.0 that will run (perhaps with some tolerable \"limits\") on Mac OS 10.6.8--- ... if so, what version should I look for--- ... and at what website.
To delete cookies in the Chrome browser manually you have to get into its \"Privacy and security\" section. Here, you can manage all the website data and control site settings. Find the instruction below on how to delete cookies on mac chrome.
These Release Notesalso convey a limitation concerning certain Apple Mac OS X versions with GoogleChrome and its workaround. This is in addition to the limitations carried overfrom the previous 10.6(10) release.
Cisco Jabber Guest10.6(11) is supported for fresh installs or upgrades from Cisco Jabber Guest10.6(10), 10.6(9), 10.6(8), 10.6.(7), 10.5(3), or 10.0(2). To obtain softwarefor a fresh install, refer to the Cisco Unified Communications Applications Ordering Guide or contact your Ciscorepresentative. To obtain software for upgrade, go to Cisco Jabber Gueston cisco.com.
Only Firefox 52.9.1 is available for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard; it will receive no further updates, in part due to technical limitations of the OS.Note: the program is called \"Nightly\" due to licensing restrictions prohibiting the use of the official Firefox branding.
I installed the current Google Chrome browser and now access my dropbox files using that utility. It works fine. I'm told that recent Firefox browsers are also OK. More recent MacOsX and Sarari versions seem to work, but there doesn't seem to be a solution using the older mac osx 10.6.8 safari 5.1.10 combination.
This is a very bizarre issue that I hope someone can help with. We're running 10.6.8 server to host our internal wiki. We had the firewall enabled on that machine without any issues. Last week one user wasn't able to get onto the wiki. In troubleshooting their workstation I found they couldn't access the wiki via Safari under any user account (including a fresh test account). They could access it through another browser (Chrome + FF). They could also access sharepoints on that server. I deleted some Safari system-wide prefs to no avail.
Open System Preferences and select Network. Select Wi-Fi (labelled Airport on 10.5 and 10.6) on the left menu then click Advanced. Select the Hardware tab. The MAC Address line shows the MAC address for this interface.
Open a browser window. In the address bar, type chrome://system and press Enter. Look for ifconfig and click the Expand button next to it. Look for either the eth0 section (wired MAC address) or the wlan0 section (wireless address). In both sections, the MAC address will be listed as ether. 153554b96e