OS X Lion, which was finally released to the public last month, includes many improvements, such as support for full-screen apps and reliability additions such as AutoSave. Yet, if you're finding it hard to cope with such a radical change or some apps that are essential to you aren't yet compatible with the new system, it might be a good idea to move back to Snow Leopard. If you're wondering how, this guide is for you.
It is out now and it is official ! The Mac OS X 10.6.4 Snow Leopard update has been released. It is a very crucial update and it implements hundreds of fixes since the last few updates, 10.6.3(March 2010) and 10.6.2(November 2009). You can get the update from Snow Leopard’s Software Update, or directly from the Software Downloads page here.
It’s out now and it’s official, Mac OS X 10.6.3 was released today by Apple. It is a very crucial update and it implements hundreds of fixes since it’s last update, 10.6.2 (November 2009). You can get the update from Snow Leopard’s Software Update, or directly from the Software Downloads page here.
The following step by step guide will help you in installing Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard as a guest virtual machine in Windows 7. You’ll need to have a system with an Intel processor which supports hardware virtualization, original OS X Snow Leopard retail disk, VMware Workstation 7 and Windows 7, Vista or XP installed as host operating system. If you meet all these requirements, you can then install OS X Snow Leopard as a VM under Windows and can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Apple has announced the roll out of v10.6.1 Update for their existing OS X Snow Leopard users. This new Mac OS X v10.6.1 Update is recommended for all the current Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard users and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac.
Apple has started working on the upcoming update v10.6.1 to address all the bugs and shortcomings which is hampering the current retail release of OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (GM Build 10A432). Word of Apple has got hold of the complete change log (seed notes) of OS X 10.6.1 Build 10B503 which has been released to a selected pool of private testers and it includes stability, compatibility and security fixes.
A tipster who has wished to be anonymous has just dropped in to let us know that the final version of Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6 Build 10A432 has been leaked on the web through file sharing sites.
Apple enthusiast site Mac4Ever is reporting that OS X Snow Leopard has gone GM (Gold Master). According to them, they have received some authentic information from well informed sources that Snow Leopard 10A432 is indeed the final version which will be in stores come September.