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Mac OSX Tiger & Leopard Disc Image for PowerPC Mac

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Mac OSX Tiger & Leopard


This site contain the disc images for Mac OSX Cheetah 10.0, Puma 10.1, Jaguar 10.2, Panther 10.3, Tiger 10.4, and Leopard 10.5 all for PowerPC.




iWork for PowerPC Mac

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iWork PowerPC



iWork will run on PowerPC Macs up to version "iWork 9.0.4", Starting at iWork 05 - 09, the also require [ Different minimum requirements for OS ], all downloads are trail versions, and need a serial number to be activated which can be found through a google search, make sure to use trusted sites like yahoo answers though.

To install the version of iWork 06, you will need [ Toast ] , and [ Stuffit Expander ], to combine the 2 part CD file.



iMovie HD 6 for PowerPC Mac

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imovie

To install iMovie HD 6 without iLife 08 follow these steps:

  • Mount iMovie HD 6 .dmg file
  • Right-click the mounted Package and select "Show package contents" 
  • Go to "Contents" folder and unzip "Archive.pax.gz", open "Archive" file (probably in your Downloads folder) 
  • Archive > Applications , and in the applications folder, there is "iMovie HD" Application that you can then drag to copy into your Applications folder!


ALL Programs for Viewing the Web Comfortably on PowerPC Mac

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[ Webkit ] [1]
[ ClicktoFlash ] [1]
[ Glimmer Blocker ] [1]
[ Ninjakit ] [1]
[ ViewTube ] [1]

These are the programs you will need, download all of them  and I'll show you how and why to use them below ([1]'s are secondary links incase the primary ones die).

webkit

[ Webkit ]
Webkit is probably going to become your primary Web Browser, it is simply the fastest, so Webkit like all the Applications you are installing are basically Custom Versions made to run on PowerPC Macs of previously standard software, in Webkit's case it's a Custom (Updated) Version of Safari.

So once you have Webkit installed, you need to add 3 Plugins that make viewing the web a lot faster, first is:

clicktoflash

[ ClicktoFlash ]
Pretty much does what it says, makes all Flash Objects on a website a box with the word "Flash" in the middle, and you click on it to load, rather than having it load with the entire site.
adblocker

[ Glimmer Blocker ]
This is the Custom Ad-Blocker, uses less resources than the normal one, etc.

ninjakit

[ Ninjakit]
Ninjakit is the custom Greasemonkey script runner for Webkit, and with it we want to run this Script :

[ ViewTube]
Viewing Online Videos now loads through a local player such as Quicktime Player, rather than through Flash or HTML5. (click install after you have Ninjakit installed, and have restarted WebKit)

So that's everything you need for Webkit, with all of this installed it makes it as almost as simple as if you where Web Browsing on a modern computer.


Now on to TenFourFox, this is what you will run to " Just make things work" , in combination with TenFourFoxBox it can make Modern sites load what you thought you couldn't on a PowerPC Mac.

tenfourfox

[ TenFourFox ]
If you are to use this as your main browser, you "can" load youtube videos in HTML5, but you can use the same [ Viewtube ] script, but videos will not load on the page in TenFourFox, you have to press " Get ", and it downloads the video which you can then play locally. Other than that I don't have much experience of browsing with TenFourFox, the main use of it for me is:

[ TenFourFoxBox ]
What this does is let you load a single site in isolation, without all the materials of a Web Browser, and with the compatibility of TenFourFox, so if you NEED / want to run, say a site that uses all flash, or something resource intensive like Google Docs, you will get the best results by running them in TenFourFoxBox.
tenfourfoxbox
Sites I recommend to run in TenFourFoxBox:

  • Google Drive
  • Google Maps
  • Web Skype
  • GrooveSharks
  • Twitter




Other Links you might find useful
[ PPC Media Center 5.0 ] [1]
[1] [2] [3]

Tips for getting Better and Faster Access to the Web on a PowerPC Mac

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I have many guides on this site telling you how to speed up your PowerPC Mac, but this post is specifically for speeding up your Web Browsing experience. 

>> [ ALL Programs for Viewing the Web Comfortably on PowerPC Mac ] <<

So first off, the Web browser you should be using for your specific PPC Mac:
All these Web Browsers have some sort of Ad Blocker / Flash Blocker, you should have this enabled and only disable it on sites in which you need the content on it to be loaded through flash (also disabling ad blocking on this site would really help me)

Caching a Site
This happens on its own where the web browser will save parts of a page that you visit a lot so that it doesn't have to load it over and over, 

  • Requires TenFourFox Install
This allows you to load a single website in isolation. since most websites such as Google Maps can be a big job for a PowerPC Mac, it's nice to give it all the power just to that one task as possible. I don't recommend running TenFourFox on anything below G4, but experience may vary, try it out and see how it works for your specific machine.

Mobile Versions of Websites

Most Popular websites will have a mobile version of them which can be viewed on a desktop, alot of them will either start with a "m." in the front of the url such as: www.m.cnn.com , and some will have the m at the end of the url such as: http://docs.google.com/m .

To find the specific URL of the Mobile Version of a Website you can just google something like "Mobile version of CNN website" , and sometimes you will have to copy the URL instead of just clicking it on google the site will read that your device is a desktop not a smart and therefore load the desktop version of the website, but if you manually put in the URL then it should load the Mobile Site.



A lot of PowerPC Macs just don't have a system battery, and the internal clock will get reset everytime you restart it, so setting it to normal time will fix that which this guide shows how to do. If the internal clock is messed up the computer just gets really confused I guess.




In General 

Don't have more than a few tabs open, plug into ethernet if you can always better than wireless, and the less other programs open while Web Browsing the better. Hope this helps if you have any other questions / problem you need help with please let me know!