Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.7 Cool Release | 7.95 GB
Mac OS X Snow Leopard (version 10.6) is the seventh and current major release of Mac OS X, Apples desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers.Snow Leopard was publicly unveiled on June 8, 2009 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. On August 28, 2009, i
it was released worldwide,and was made available for purchase from Apples website and its retail stores at the price of US$29 for a single-user license. As a result of the low price, initial sales of Snow Leopard were significantly higher than that of its predecessors.The release of Snow Leopard came nearly two years after the introduction of Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard", the second longest time span between successive Mac OS X releases.
Better. Faster. Easier.
Snow Leopard enhances your entire Mac experience. In ways big and small, it gets faster,
more reliable, and easier to use. It∙s the Mac you know and love, made even better.
New core technologies in Snow Leopard unleash the power of today∙s advanced hardware
technology and prepare Mac OS X for future innovation.
More accessible than ever.
Every Mac comes with assistive technologies that help people with disabilities experience what
the Mac has to offer. The innovations in Snow Leopard advance accessibility even further.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard includes built-in support for the latest version
of Microsoft Exchange Server, so you can use Mail, iCal, and Address Book at home and at work.
Burn The Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.7 .iso File,
To A [ DVD+R DL Double-Layer Disc ] Or Reformat A, 8-16-100 Gig
Usb Thumb Drive Or External Harddrive, Once Done Install From
Double-Layer Disc Or Mac OS X Snow Leopard Install ThumbDrive/External Drive,
To start your Snow Leopard installation, simply insert the Mac OS X Snow
Leopard Install DVD Or ThumbDrive/External Drive and double-click the Install
Mac OS X icon.You can also start by inserting the Install DVD and restarting your
computer while holding down the C key, or by selecting the Install DVD as your
startup disk using Startup Disk preferences. Same Step For ThumbDrive/External Drive