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Apple released Mac OS X
Category : General 02 Apr 2010 03:58 PM | Industry News
Apple has finally released the seventh point update to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. The update is now appearing in Software Update, with various updaters available from Apple's Support Downloads page. Security updates have also been issued for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger as well as Safari.
In version 10.3, Apple added Exposé, a feature which includes three functions to help accessibility between windows and desktop. Its functions are to instantly display all open windows as thumbnails for easy navigation to different tasks, display all open windows as thumbnails from the current application, and hide all windows to access the desktop.[46] Also, FileVault was introduced, which is an optional encryption of the user's files with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-128)
Apple has released an update to Mac OS 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, that aims to fix issues with QuickTime X, OpenGL, Windows compatibility, printer and USB-device problems and more.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard is a huge refinement of Mac OS X Leopard, making the Mac even faster, more reliable, and easier to use. All key system applications (including Finder, Mail, iCal, iChat and Safari) are now 64-bit so they can take advantage of all the memory in your Mac. Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) is a revolutionary new way for software to take the advantage of multicore processors. OpenCL is a new technology that unleashes the power of graphics processors to accelerate application performance. OpenCL is a C-based open standard, and all major graphic manufacturers are involved in. QuickTime X is built on new core technologies delivering new features and high performance and high quality for users.
Overall, Mac OS X 10.6.3 delivers general operating system fixes for: AirPort and wireless networking, Date and Time, Directory Services, File Services, iCal, Mail, Mobile Accounts, MobileMe, Parental Control, Rosetta, System Imaging, Time Machine, and Xsan.