Advance Snow Leopard Screenshots Out

Posted: Jun 11 2009, 3:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:52pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Good news, Mac lovers. MichaelFlux has managed to get his grubby mits on a build of the upcoming Snow Leopard. He's posted a bunch of screen shots online, and the Mac Community wasted no time in picking them apart for all the nifty new info they could find.

-The desktop/screen saver control panel no longer renders full versions of desktop images when browsing. To save resources, images will appear only as thumbnails until selected.

-The speed of Mail index rendering seems to have increased.

-You can save selected text as a note, have it spoken aloud by your Mac, and save the audio file to iTunes if you wish.

-The VoiceOver Utility Interface has been updated to look more like the AirPort utility. Auto MIDI setup and Image Capture have also been update.

-The AirPort menu now shows the strength of all wireless signals in the area.

-The Quicktime interface has received a significant upgrade, and it now looks a lot more streamlined and intuitive.

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