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Snow Leopard builds on Leopard’s enormous innovations by delivering a new generation of core software technologies that will streamline Mac OS X, enhance its performance, and set new standards for quality. Snow Leopard dramatically reduces the footprint of Mac OS X, making it even more efficient for users, and giving them back valuable hard drive space for their music and photos.
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Grand Central takes full advantage by making all of Mac OS X multicore aware and optimizing it for allocating tasks across multiple cores and processors.
Because Exchange is supported on your Mac and iPhone, you’ll be able to use them anywhere with full access to your email, contacts, and calendar.
To accommodate the enormous amounts of memory being added to advanced hardware, Snow Leopard extends the 64-bit technology in Mac OS X to support breakthrough amounts of RAM — up to a theoretical 16TB
OpenCL makes it possible for developers to efficiently tap the vast gigaflops of computing power currently locked up in the graphics processing unit (GPU) “Basically it lets you use graphics processors to do computation, ...”
The install will be a lot simpler and speedier than the previous OS.
The Finder will be partially rewritten in Apple's Cocoa API.
Smaller space taken up on the harddrive. Snow Leopard’s Mail application is under 100mb, 10.5's is nearly 300mb. Overall Snow Leopard is apparently 1GB smaller than OS 10.5.
Quicktime X features optimized support for modern codecs and more efficient media playback, making it ideal for any application that needs to play media content.
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I'm sure they'll have features. Im just glad thats not the focus. I mean, spaces is cool, but i'd have preferred they spent more time making time machine flawless.
I'm pretty interested in the approach of cutting out features and concentrating on making it run better yet. (Much like what the Microsoft folks seem to be doing with Windows 7.)
And if they can really integrate Exchange properly, I think they'll make a huge dent with the business crowd.
Devin, they really should hire you over at makefive with these kind of topics coming out.
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