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Guide to Snow Leopard: Mac OS X

Snow Leopard DesktopSnow Leopard is the common name for Mac OS X version 10.6. It was released in August 2009, and can be purchased for as little as $29.

Snow Leopard was designed with increased performance and reduced resource consumption in mind. Although some new features were added to this release of the operating system, most of the changes were made behind the scenes.

This guide introduces you to this new release of the new Mac OS X operating system, shows you how to install it, and provides tips on how to use Snow Leopard with other operating systems like Windows.

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