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MacBook Pro not secure

My browser said Safari O.S. no longer supported by Apple and my computer-macbook pro that works perfectly-cannot be upgraded. I checked and the hardware(10.5.Cool won't take Sea Wolf. What now. Will Wolf work?

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Keep in mind that anyone could write that.

About any browser and any computer. Those that think an OS or browser will be secure also need to look at my portfolio of fine bridges. Did you see if Chrome, FireFox, Opera or another browser is usable?
Bob

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Clarification Request
I think you have your information mixed up

1. Safari is not an OS, it is a web browser produced by Apple.
2. Sea Wolf is a British Naval anti-aircraft missile system.
3. 10.5.8 is not hardware, it is a version of Mac OS X Operating System Software

Latest OS from Apple is 10.8 and is quite possible that your computer, the age of which you did not mention, is not capable of being upgraded to 10.8 but may be able to go to 10.6(Snow Leopard)

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