Get your clicking finger ready, because Apple’s dropped a few updates for your Mac. On Wednesday, the company released, and Security Update 2012-002. The update to 10.7.4 fixes, first reported in February. In addition, it patches a number of other security flaws in the software. Snow Leopard users will get similar security fixes in Security Update 2012-002.
I accidentally installed mac os for Leopard 10.5.8, and I am running Safari. I have not figured out how to uninstall this version, and download the correct version again. I am using an Intel IMac.
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An issue where the “Reopen windows when logging back in” option is always enabled is also fixed in 10.7.4, and the update brings improved compatibility with certain British third-party USB keyboards, better Internet sharing of PPPoE connections, improved printing to an SMB print queue, better performance when connecting to a WebDAV server, additional Raw image compatibility, and more. Though OS X 10.7.4 supposedly updates Safari to version 5.1.6, a separate 5.1.7 update appears to be available to Snow Leopard users (and to Lion users after they’ve updated to 10.7.4). Most notably, that browser update disables older versions of Flash Player that don’t have the latest security updates. Users who attempt to load Flash content will be prompted with a dialog box to visit Adobe’s site and update to the newest version of Flash. The update also improves Safari’s responsiveness in low memory conditions and fixes a problem the could affect websites which authenticate users via forms. All updates are recommended for all users and are available via Software Update or Apple’s.
Ingredients:. 1. First of all, make sure you have Safari 5 downloaded and installed on your system. You can check this by clicking on the ‘Safari’ menu from menu bar and then choosing ‘ About Safari‘. Now, click the ‘ Safari‘ menu again and choose ‘ Preferences‘.
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In the preferences window, select the ‘ Advanced‘ tab and click the checkbox for ‘ Show Develop menu in menu bar‘. Click the newly added ‘ Develop‘ menu in menu bar and choose ‘ Enable Extensions‘. In the preferences window, select the newly added ‘ Extensions‘ tab and click the switch to turn on the extensions. If you want to hide the ‘Develop’ menu, just go to ‘ Advanced‘ tab once again in the preferences window and click the checkbox for ‘ Show Develop menu in menu bar‘ to remove it. NOTE: Extensions will remain enables until you choose to disable them from the ‘Develop’ Menu.
To install an extension, just download it and double click the downloaded file, then ‘ Install‘ from the pop-up window in Safari. To uninstall an extension, just click ‘ Uninstall‘ after choosing the appropriate extension from the ‘ Extensions‘ tab in preferences window. NOTE: You can manage the downloaded extensions and update them under the ‘Extensions’ tab in the preferences window. Apple hasn’t currently released it’s Extensions Gallery so to keep yourself updated about the latest extensions, check out http://safariextensions.tumblr.com/.