Is there a list of version numbers for popular third party applications that are compatible with Snow Leopard, such as MS Office?
Surely Apple must have tested Snow Leopard with popular apps. Is there a link somewhere to that list? I think it would answer a lot of individual compatibility questions that are being posted.
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Refer to Apple Support document HT3258. This partial, and constantly changing list can be found on the Apple Support site by clicking on the Snow Leopard link in the Featured Support Topics section. Then click on the "Installation" link in the "Find Solutions" section and finally clicking on the Software Compatibility link to this document. Many user forums contain similar list of compatibility. One such online resource is www.everymac.com
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