Thursday, August 27, 2009

FIRST LOOK: New Mac software not a dramatic change - Boston.com

More on Apple’s latest upgrade; see the full article for a detailed list of updates

What's the catch? Well, part of the reason Snow Leopard can promise faster, better applications is that it's designed for Macs with Intel chips, which Apple started using in early 2006. It won't run on older Macs with the previous PowerPC family of chips. The launch of the new operating system is a hint to get a new computer.

FIRST LOOK: New Mac software not a dramatic change - Boston.com

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