OS X Snow Leopard: The Complete Guide

Posted: Aug 28 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:59pm CDT, in Review Ticker


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If you need more information on the Snow Leopard Update than our review round-up brought you yesterday, check out OS X Snow Leopard: The Complete Guide from our friends over at Digital Trends.

Quote from the guide: "The Snow Leopard cometh. After a modest demonstration alongside a hopped-up iPhone and slightly revamped MacBook at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, the long-awaited update to OS X finally gets its time to shine on August 28. While Apple has shied away from painting the new Mac operating system (OS) as a landmark release - even the name implies that it's just a revision - Snow Leopard will bring with it a slew of upgrades that Apple fans have long awaited, and many that should pave a path to unlock even more performance as developers learn to fully take advantage of them.
But with so many features that run more than just skin deep, Snow Leopard isn't an easy beast to understand. We sat down with senior Macworld editor Rob Griffiths to better explain what's in store, what could change for the worse, and whether or not most existing OS X users will want to upgrade."
Read the full OS X Snow Leopard Guide on Digital Trends. Buy the way, Snow Leopard sells for only $25 on Amazon.

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