I recently came into ownership of a used MacBook that had OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion installed when it was shipped to me. I haven't purchased a license for Apple's latest operating system, however, so I installed the most current version of OS X I do own, 10.5.8 Leopard.
The browsers that are available for Leopard are extremely limited. The latest version of Safari that I'm able to install is 5.0.6, which was last updated in 2011 and is very unlikely to be updated again. The latest version of Opera I'm able to install is 12.15. I'm unable to install the latest versions of Chrome or Firefox.
When I try to watch video on my cable provider's website, I receive the following message:
Are there any other browsers available for Leopard? On my PowerBook G4 I was able to use a browser called TenFourFox, which is a fork of Mozilla designed to keep aging PowerPC-based Macs as up-to-date as possible. Unfortunately, TenFourFox isn't developing a fork of Mozilla for Intel-based Macs.
According to this post on the Google Product forms you can use and old version of Chrome. Hope it helps!
Here's the download link: http://www.oldapps.com/mac/google_chrome.php?old_chrome=9921
answered Jul 20 '13 at 15:59