MacMost Now 92: A Look At Snow Leopard

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.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost Now 92: A Look At Snow Leopard”

    Zika
    11 years ago

    Hey Gary!
    Why don’t you change the resolution of the films? Feeling a bit chubby and wanna take some weight of? Would be nice with undistorted material.
    Thanks for an otherwice nice vodcast!

    Zika
    11 years ago

    Sorry… realised my browser messed it up. Then it’s all just good!

    davbeck
    11 years ago

    I was under the impression that the new javascript rendering engine was SquirrelFish (http://webkit.org/blog/189/announcing-squirrelfish/) which has already been added to current nightly builds of webkit. However Safari 4.0 is separate from the webkit project.

    Daniel
    11 years ago

    All the features you reported on are very good but unless their is an upgrade package or a big cut in the price, I can’t see myself waiting to buy this like I did Leopard. I may wait for the next OS.

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