Learn about the new text substitution feature in Snow Leopard that lets you create your own text shortcuts so you can quickly type commonly used phrases or hard-to-type characters.
Learn how to use the new screen recording feature of QuickTime X in Snow Leopard. It provides basic video screen capture ability. Also learn how to go beyond the basics with better third-party applications.
Snow Leopard introduces QuickTime X, a new version of the QuickTime Player. While it adds trimming and exporting functionality, it lacks many of the advanced features of QuickTime 7, and is no comparison to QuickTime 7 Pro.
Learn more about Snow Leopard running 64-bit applications and whether you need to worry about if your Mac boots using the 64-bit kernel.
Take a look at some of the visible changes in Snow Leopard, including Dock menus, Expose, text replacement, QuickTime X and others.
Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Snow Leopard, Apple's new version of Mac OS X which comes out this Friday. Questions include: How does the upgrade work, will third-party applications work, will I get back drive space by upgrading, and should I upgrade?
Gary Rosenzweig runs down his top 10 reasons to get Snow Leopard, Apple's new OS for Intel-based Macs.
Snow Leopard will arrive in September. Here's what you need to know about the new Mac OS X.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at what we know about Snow Leopard, the upcoming release of Mac OS X 10.6. it should include better support for multiple processor machines, QuickTime X, Microsoft Exchange support and other optimizations.