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geeksugar Liveblogs the 2009 WWDC

Apple's New OS: Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard, Apple's new operating system, shows us that computing can be easy, not to mention fun! One new feature of Snow Leopard is Doc Exposé. Similar to the Exposé you know and love, Doc Exposé lets you single out documents or files that are open in specific applications.

Snow Leopard also boasts an upgraded Safari 4, which includes the new Top Sites feature that allows you to see a window of your favorite websites, as well as full-screen, full-color browsing history. It also features Stacks, which lets you organize faster and easier, and a sleek new Quicktime Player that lets you scrub through videos and movies right inside Quicktime. One last cool feature that stood out to me, though, was that after you install Snow Leopard, you'll actually get 6 GB of memory space back to fill with photos, movies, documents, whatever you want! It doesn't get any better than that.

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tiabia tiabia 8 years
Can't wait!
sleekeasy sleekeasy 8 years
noodledoodle: you will have to pay $29 for the upgrade, it's $49 for a family pack. and it ships in september
sleekeasy sleekeasy 8 years
wow, 6GB back? that's a whole chunk of space!
noodledoodle noodledoodle 8 years
Even after having a MAC for a year I'm still retarded when it comes to OS X. So, do I have to pay for the new OS, or will it update automatically via system updater?
JessaG JessaG 8 years
Cannot wait.
glam-sugar glam-sugar 8 years
Woohoo! I do like the new Safari, I've been using the beta version for quite a while now.
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