A list of software incompatible with Snow Leopard

Fri, Aug 28, 2009


Apple yesterday put out a support document listing all of the known OS X software that isn’t compatible with Snow Leopard.  Some of the listed apps include Parallels Desktop, EyeTV, and certain versions of Aperture and Keynote.  You can check out the full list of cursed apps over here.

Note that Adobe CS3 isn’t on the list.


2 Comments For This Post

  1. Mike Says:

    Mike from Parallels here,

    Good news, I just wanted to let everyone know that Parallels 4 is working for the new OS X Snow Leopard.

    If you want to know more head over to our blog post on the subject.



  2. smith-dewey Says:

    If you run the latest version of eyeTV it works. However, I was unsuccessful in getting it to launch running in 64 bit (Snow Leopard by default launches in 32 bit — to get full 64 hold down the “6” and “4” keys when booting — you can google to find out how to make the change permanent by editing a system file, but not at my main computer so don’t have the URL handy).

    I haven’t had a chance to check other apps under 64 bit, but hope others will and ost the results here and elsewhere.

    This is a smooth upgrade — did all five on my family pack without a hiccup (except for eyeTV under 64).

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