Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4.10, Mac OS X Server 10.4.10

Apple today released Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update which is recommended for PowerPC and Intel-based Mac computers currently running Mac OS X Tiger. This update includes general operating system fixes, as well as specific fixes or compatibility updates for the following applications and technologies:

– RAW camera support
– Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
– Support for 3rd party software applications
– Security updates

Apple also released About Mac OS X Server 10.4.10 Update which is recommended for all servers currently running Mac OS X Tiger. This update includes general operating system fixes, as well as specific fixes or compatibility updates for the following applications and technologies:

– Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
– Support for 3rd party software applications
– Security updates

Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update is available via Software Update and also as standalone installers. More info and download links:

Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update (PPC) – 25MB
• Mac OS X 10.4.10 Combo Update (PPC) – 165MB
Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update (Intel) – 72MB
Mac OS X 10.4.10 Combo Update (Intel) – 293MB

Mac OS X Server 10.4.10 Update (PPC) – 58MB
Mac OS X Server 10.4.10 Combo Update (PPC) – 218MB
Mac OS X Server 10.4.10 Combo Update (Universal) – 391MB

80 Comments

  1. @torchwood

    I believe there has been 1 other time in history a .10 update has been released. there’s a link somewhere on MDN about this.

    @Tommy Boy

    If only I had a nickle for the people who come to the Genius Bar for that…

  2. LOL MAC can’t even do math, they don’t even know that 10.5 comes after 10.4.9. What a bunch of idiots.

    Also…
    – RAW camera support
    – Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
    – Support for 3rd party software applications
    – Security updates

    So before this MAC didn’t have RAW camera support, couldn’t mount or unmount external USB devices, had no 3rd party software application support, and no security? Man, MAC sucks even worse than I thought!

    MDN MW: Value, as in an empty pop can has more value than a MAC.

  3. 10.5 has to come after 10.4.9? Give me a break. Because everything should work with your limited view on the world. Check out the numbering system at your local library for even more fascinating numbering schemes. This is of course assuming that PC trolls know how to pick up a book every once in a while. Not going to point out you other obvious lapses in information because one point in showing how much of an idiot you are is enough. No reason to beat a dead horse.

  4. @Shawn

    Combo update would be able to update any 10.4.x to 10.4.10, whereas the regular one would be from a specific version of 10.4.x, say 10.4.8 to 10.4.10. Hence the combo is much larger…

    Unless you have loads of macs to update (download once, update many kinda thingie), regular update would do for you…

  5. Shawn

    Combo updates include all prior updates; a regular update includes only the very most recent update. If you use run System Update from the Apple Menu (or from System Preferences) your update is automatically chosen for you.

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