Updating os x 10 3
Individual Updates update one version of Mac OS X to the subsequent version.
For example, the Mac OS X 10.7.4 Update updates Mac OS X 10.7.3 to version 10.7.4.
Yosemite is still fairly new and has a few bugs so there are some things to consider before making the leap.
Many Mac users had experienced ongoing WIFI problems since Yosemite was released in October 2014.
Third-party software (such as XPost Facto) can, however, override checks made during the install process; otherwise, installation or upgrades from Jaguar will fail on these older machines.
Panther still supported the Classic environment fully for running older Mac OS 9 applications but made Classic application windows double-buffered, which interfered with some applications expecting to directly draw to the screen.
OS X Standalone Updates and provides links to such.
Standalone Updates enable you to apply updates to Mac OS X in lieu of using Software Update.
It followed Mac OS X 10.2 and preceded Mac OS X Tiger. Since a New World ROM was required for Mac OS X Panther, certain older computers (such as beige Power Mac G3s and ‘Wall Street’ Power Book G3s) were unable to run Panther by default.
Apple attempted to resolve the issues with the 10.10.2 update along with several other Yosemite features; here is the list of improved software functions after this update: OS X 10.10.2 had resolved WIFI problems for many users however there were still numerous reports regarding WIFI issues appearing or persisting with OS X 10.10.2.
Some Mac users who had already been experiencing the WIFI issues with OS X Yosemite discovered that the OS X 10.10.2 update did not fix the connectivity problems.
See this blog entry for further information on that.
Apple recently released the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 update on April 8, 2015.