MacOSX 10.6 Snow Leopard
As with most upgrades of Mac OS X, new wallpapers are available. There are new wallpapers in the Nature (two of which are of snow leopards), Plants and Black and White sub-folders under the Apple folder. Furthermore, there are new Apple wallpaper sub-folders with multiple wallpapers:
MacOSX 10.6 Snow Leopard
That's right, the next major release of Mac OS X would have no new features. The product name reflected this: "Snow Leopard." Mac OS X 10.6 would merely be a variant of Leopard. Better, faster, more refined, more... uh... snowy.
hello i have a mac IOS X 10.5.8 and want to go to snow leopard but i do not want to purchase it for 20 bucks. do you know of the best way to download it? ive tried to doenload torrent etc and it does not work with anything
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Hi, my computer is stuck on a grey screen with the apple logo and a spinning wheel. so, i bought a new hard drive, a hdd cable and os x snow leopard ( since i didnt have any os x) . but when i try to to open the osx i just hear 3 beeps interval and nothing happen. how can i solve this problem thank you. could other things cause that problem besides bad ram. because i tried one of the rams on my windows computer and it did work