Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

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If you own a Mac then you'll want the most up to date operating system running on it. Why work with anything else? Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is Apple's most impressive operating system yet. There's no reason to be nervous about updating and getting used to an unfamiliar work-flow though because this operating system (OS) is just as user-friendly and reliable as the last one. Why fix something if it's not broken? Snow Leopard is simply fine tuning and speeding up the previous OS.

What can you expect when you buy Snow Leopard then? For one, speed. Your mac will shut down and wake up much faster than before. Even the finder is quicker and more responsive. Search for anything in spotlight on your Mac and it will pop up instantly. Time Machine is faster and even more reliable. If you're using Time Capsule, you can expect 80% faster back ups. So now you can wirelessly ensure your data is safe even quicker than ever before.

Snow Leopard takes up 50% less space than the previous version leaving more space on your hard drive for the things you want to keep. Safari and Quicktime have improved greatly. You can look forward to even higher speed web browsing and a brand new Quicktime Player. Along with more enhanced PDF selection and much higher quality iChat performance, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard really is a much have for your Mac. It sure beats our Windows 7 Deal!

Get your copy at the best price here and get the best out of your Mac today.

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Last updated: Thursday, November 21, 2019

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Reviews (3)

  1. September 1, 2010 by Tom Mobi


    The installation is very simple and fast. Strangely there is no DRM protection which surprised me. Even with this update my Mac is slower than my Windows 7 PC. The performance boot is noticeable but unfortunately none of the third party applications are using this speed boost and they continue to be slow. It is sharing the load between the CPU and GPU which is welcome change as now GPU would not be sitting idle doing nothing. The 64-Bit architecture is now supported throughout the operating system. The performance improvement is most impressive, everything works really fast.

    Pros: speed, 64 bit architecture, use of GPU in an optimum way
    Cons: not as fast as Windows 7, application don’t use the speed improvements, not a major improvement.

  2. September 2, 2010 by Molly


    This update was not necessary; most of the changes are under the hood. Some of the changes that are noticeable are to Time Machine, Boot Camp, Quick Look etc. Yes there is speed improvement but only some of the default applications use that increase in speed at this time, none of the third party apps are taking advantage of it. The addition of Microsoft Exchange Support is very welcome. quicktime is still slow so it would be better if you would install the third party video application VLC media player which will play any video you will throw at it.

    Pros: speed improvement is good. distributed use of GPU and CPU, low price
    Cons: no major improvement, uses a lot of RAM, no support of CS3

  3. September 2, 2010 by Samy


    The reason behind this quick update is to make it better than Windows 7 and add features that Windows 7 has, like the ability to share the load between CPU and GPU. With this update the whole operating system relies on 64 bit architecture. Because of speed improvements previewing large pictures is faster, time machine takes vey less time to backup, boot time and shut down times are faster, file compression also seems to have gotten faster. Finally after all this time date has been added to the desktop. There are some minor improvements in the stacks.

    Pros: faster, quicker backups, improvement in stacks
    Cons: even 2GB RAM is not enough, chances of backup corrupting, third party applications don’t utilize the speed improvement

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