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FileMaker Pro 7 Compatible with MAC OS X 10.4

FileMaker Pro 7, the Leading Mac database, is Compatible with MAC OS X 10.4 “Tiger”

Future Development Focus on Automator and Dashboard

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, May 2, 2005 – FileMaker has announced that FileMaker Pro 7 users will experience immediate compatibility with Apple’s new Mac OS X Tiger. FileMaker also plans to support the Dashboard and Automator, two leading new features within the new operating system.

“We are excited and inspired about the new possibilities of Tiger and our future development of FileMaker Pro,” said FileMaker president Dominique Goupil. “While Tiger users can get productive right away using FileMaker Pro 7, we also are planning on leveraging Automator’s approach to streamlining repetitive tasks along with Dashboard’s unique, time-saving delivery of information,” he added.

“Breakthrough Tiger features like Dashboard and Automator will change the way people use the computer,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “We are thrilled to see FileMaker Pro 7 supporting Tiger innovation to enhance ease-of-use and boost productivity."

The company did not release details on its planned support for Dashboard and Automator but urged interested customers to subscribe to FileMaker News (http:www.filemaker.com.aucompanycontact.html) to receive Tiger and other news from FileMaker.

About FileMaker, Inc.
FileMaker Pro is used by millions of individuals and workgroups around the world to be more productive and efficient. Business, education and government customers rely on FileMaker to manage people, projects, images, assets and other information. In addition to being the number one-selling easy-to-use database software, the award-winning FileMaker product line also includes low-cost Applications that automate basic business tasks, ready-to-use Starter Solutions, and tools to create and share solutions from the desktop to the web. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL).

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