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Snow Leopard Support Killed, 1 In 5 Macs Left Vulnerable
Mac OS X 10.6, better known as Snow Leopard, is almost four and a half years old. The last security update for this iteration was released back in September 2013. It was left out in the update released in December, as well as in the one released day before yesterday. Most recent OS X update brings fixes for OS X 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9, but leaves out Snow Leopard. While […]

Chrome 22 developer release doesn't support OS X Leopard
It looks like it may be time to upgrade your Mac to the latest OS, Mountain Lion(OS X 10.8), which should be here very soon after we saw the gold master developer version release yesterday. One reason to upgrade is that the latest version of Chrome(22.0.1201.0) has just been released on the developer’s page and will not support OS X 10.5 or older.Looks like you’ll have to stick with the current […]

Apple Gives Away Snow Leopard for MobileMe Users to Get Onto iCloud
Apple has issued a statement stating that the near defunct MobileMe service which has basically been replaced with iCloud would be killed off for good on June 30th. Mac users running an OS X version older than Snow Leopard cannot use iCloud because it is not compatible. The only way for users to gain access to iCloud is to have Snow Leopard installed after which you must install OS X […]

Mac OS X 10.6.7 update released
Apple has just released a new update for the Mac OS X today. The update, which can be obtained through Software Update, brings a whole bunch of fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac. The update is for all Macs running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard including the latest generation MacBook Pros (they get a separate update). The update improves the reliability of Back to My […]

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Mac OS X 10.6.4 Snow Leopard Update Arrives
Many Mac OS users out there have been waiting for it, and now the Mac OS X 10.6.4 Snow Leopard update has been released. In case you’re wondering, it is a rather important update, as it implements hundreds of fixes since the last few updates. Users will be able to get the update from Snow Leopard’s Software Update, or directly from the Support Downloads page. Improvements in this update include […]

1984 Macintosh Runs OS X Snow Leopard
How’s this for something to impress your friends? Getting OS X Snow Leopard running on a 1984 Macintosh. Of course, before you start wondering how to get Snow Leopard running on the 8MHz processor, it’s worth taking note that the innards of it have been replaced, or you’d probably have to wait until next year before the desktop would finish booting, that’s if you could get it to work. Details […]

Snow Leopard could offer touchscreen support
There is a new report going around, giving rise to rumors that a large on-screen digital keyboard could point towards an Apple tablet device in the near future that runs on Snow Leopard. This newer and larger on-screen software keyboard is more easily accessible compared to the one in Leopard, where it can be expanded to take up the entire screen’s width. Apart from that, the new operating system will […]

Mac Mini purchase came with Snow Leopard disc
An anonymous Mac mini owner in Japan recently claimed, with images to boot, to have in hand an install DVD of Snow Leopard. This piece of news has heightened the awareness of rumors that Snow Leopard will be released by Apple later this week, ahead of its September roll out date. Several other whispers have also pointed out to an August 28th launch, so we’ll just keep our fingers crossed […]

Exchange Is Now Built-In
Business users will be pleased to know that Exchange is now built-in, and is able to synchronize with integrated Mail and Contact apps from Apple. This ought to bode well for Mac users since it will open up a whole new market for users who want to use Macs for their everyday work but previously couldn’t due to the gap in between which has now been bridged. Most people who […]

OS X Snow Leopard
Just as expected, OS X Snow Leopard was also announced after the customary jibes against Windows Vista. We believe in touting the strengths of your products instead of making low blows against your rivals, unless your own product has nothing much to offer. Snow Leopard supposedly offers over 90% refinements, new technologies and the inclusion of Exchange support that ought to keep the corporate types happy. Finder wasn’t changed, but […]