When Leopard (OS X 10.5) was released back in 2007 it requited at least a G4 867mhz processor which at that time left a lot of people out of the experience. However, we now know that although it will not install directly it can be ran on any Mac with G4 processor and AGP graphics. This is where LeopardAssist….er….assists! :p
Perhaps LeopardAssist looks a little basic on the surface. A few clicks of the mouse is all LeopardAssist needs to configure your machine for installation, from the processor to the drives – all without requiring any manual editing of files or burning of additional discs.