I would like to start by stating that I am new to this forum, and have never used it before. Patience is appreciated! All greetings aside, I need help with my Mac Mini. I have an early 2007 Mac mini that I have running OS X Lion. (the latest version that it supports) I believe that this system is 64 bit, as per this post: is my mac 64 bit or 32 bit?
The point of this is, I need this Mac to run iMovie 11, as well as the Messages application. Now, I would prefer to stick with Lion, execpt, I truly wouldn't mind 'hacking' this system to run something like Yosemite or El Capitan, because I am thinking of doing this in the near future.
Finally, one more thing. As per the guide I quoted above, I think this mini is 64 bit. The problem is, all of the "run Yosemite" or "Run El Capitan" on unsupported macs all make the use of SFOTT. (sixty four on thirty two)
I have tried the Messages beta app, which apparently is no longer supported, (no suprise there!) and would truly appreciate fast responses to this thread.
Thank you everyone!