It was first released in 1999 as Mac OS X Server 1.0, with a widely released desktop version—Mac OS X 10.0—following in March 2001.
Since then, several more distinct desktop and server editions of mac OS have been released.
et quand on n'a payé, on n'a plus que ses yeux pour pleurer !
Merci par avance à ceux qui pourront m'apporter leur aide.
Refer to them and then double-check your settings on your Sierra restricted software entry.
I've been using it successfully for several weeks and my students -- who take their computers home and off our LAN -- are being successfully prevented from upgrading to Sierra.
Although it was originally marketed as simply "version 10" of the Mac OS (indicated by the Roman numeral "X"), it has a completely different codebase from Mac OS 9, as well as substantial changes to its user interface.The transition was a technologically and strategically significant one.To ease the transition, versions through 10.4 were able to run Mac OS 9 and its applications in a compatibility layer.Bonjour, Je possède un (gros tower) Mac G4 avec un processeur Power PC G4 de 733 MHz et une mémoire SDRAM de 512 Mo.Je suis actuellement sous Mac OS X version 10.3.9 (Panther) et j'aimerais passer à la version "majeure" suivante 10.4 (Tiger).