Thread: Snow Leopard
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Old 08-31-2009, 07:05 AM
steff3 steff3 is offline
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yes, for the ones that do not install with custom options, the difference might be somewhere around what Apple said.
Since years, I install OSX with my custom options (who needs all the printer drivers of the world and all language packages on a desktop or laptop?) and the difference between Leopard and Snow Leopard is not that impressive. Not even halfway back to the size of Tiger.

And after installing other overbloated OSX software (UB .... ) the difference is neglectable. Hope UB is history soon, total nonsense IMHO. What do I need PPC code on my Intellimac for and what Intellicode on my G5? Software should install what is needed ...
So, now I am waiting for SnowiWorks, SnowAperture, SnowDP, SnowLogic, etc.

Ok, SL is definitely a step in the right direction, but Apple is far from being there ...

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