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Topic: Road to Snow Leopard

Road to Mac OS X Snow Leopard: the future of 64-bit apps

09/05/2008, 10:09 am

Snow Leopard's across-the-board leap to 64-bits, from the kernel to all of its bundled apps, will make more memory available and boost performance. However, Apple will also need to manage its 64-bit lead and organize its developers. Here's why.

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Road to Snow Leopard: twice the RAM, half the price, 64-bits

09/04/2008, 09:09 am

Snow Leopard's across-the-board leap to 64-bits, from the kernel to all of its bundled apps, will do more than just make more memory available. It will also have a significant positive impact on performance system wide, even more than the same jump to 64-bits in Windows Vista. Here's why.

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Road to Mac OS X Snow Leopard: 64-bits, Santa Rosa, and more

09/03/2008, 06:09 am

Snow Leopard's across-the-board leap to 64-bits, from the kernel to all of its bundled apps, will do more than just make more memory available. It also exposes a great PC swindle and highlights Apple's lead in 64-bit computing. Here's why.

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Road to Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard: 64-Bits

08/26/2008, 08:08 am

Next year's 10.6 reference release of Mac OS X promises to deliver technology updates throughout the system without focusing on the customer-facing marketing features that typically sell a new operating system. Here's a look at what those behind-the-scenes enhancements will mean to you, starting with new 64-bit support.

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