Mac OS X Snow Leopard

If Leopard was all about new features, Mac OS X Snow Leopard ($29; August 28) is all about speed. Leaving most of Leopard’s UI features in place, Snow Leopard boasts tons of under-the-hood improvements, including faster, more stable, 64-bit versions of Finder, Mail, iCal, iChat, and Safari, the all new QuickTime X, a footprint that takes up 7GB less hard drive space than Leopard, faster Time Machine backups, Open CL technology to take advantage of most Macs’ powerful GPUs, and a price that simply can’t be beat.


Published by Larry Fire

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One thought on “Mac OS X Snow Leopard

  1. Wow, I’m soooo excited over the new upgrade Snow Leopard for Mac. I’ve been using Mac for years in
    My work for many years now and this new surprise arrival is very much accepted and long awaited. Thanks MAC. The prices I think are pretty reasonable. What do other people think of this? I would love to get some feedback. Thank you and have a great day and enjoy your new Snow Leopard upgrade.

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