Friday, August 28, 2009

Apple is launching today new version Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

Apple announced and previewed Mac OS X Snow Leopard to developers last year, boasting it as being the next major version of the world’s most sophisticated operating system. As such, Snow Leopard would enhance the performance of OS X, rather than focusing primarily on new features, in an attempt to set a new standard for quality.

Upgrade from Mac OS X Leopard with Snow Leopard, a simpler, more powerful, and more refined version of Mac OS X. It delivers a wide range of enhancements, next-generation technologies, out-of-the-box support for Microsoft Exchange Server, and new accessibility features. It's the world's most advanced operating system, finely tuned from installation to shutdown.

Snow Leopard is an upgrade for Leopard users and requires a Mac with an Intel processor.

The manufactures confirms that Snow Leopard was optimized for multi-core processing
Capable of using massive amounts of RAM
Featuring a modern media platform called QuickTime X

Although Mac OS X 10.6 was initially scheduled for a September release, Apple wrapped up development earlier, and was thus able to print Build 10A432 (GM) on optical media ahead of the promised release date.

Eventually Apple is to launch newest major version of its Mac operating system today, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. The latest revision to the Mac OS has been priced at just $29. Those who’ve applied for Apple’s “Up to Date” program will be able to upgrade for just $9.95