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Old August 26, 2009, 07:55 PM
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Default Snow Leopard review

Snow Leopard. Even the name seems to underpromise -- it's the first "big cat" OS X codename to reference the previous version of the OS, and the list of big-ticket new features is seemingly pretty short for a version-number jump. Maybe that's why Apple's priced the 10.6 upgrade disc at just $29 -- appearances and expectations matter, and there's simply not enough glitz on this kitty to warrant the usual $129.
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Old August 27, 2009, 02:04 PM
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Well no Snow Leopard for me. My PPC is given the cold shoulder by the frosty big cat. :( S'ok maybe my company will buy me a shiny new Mac Tower just so I can have a $30 OS upgrade? lol
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