Apple mac os x version 10.5.6 leopard (old version)Document Transcript
Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5.6 Leopard (OLDVERSION)TECHNICAL DETAILSIntroduces over 300 new and enhanced features toqOS X.Including a new desktop and updated finderqenabling easy browsing and sharing betweenmultiple MacsPreview files without opening an application usingqQuick LookEasily and automatically back up and restore lostqfiles or a complete Mac with Time MachineCreate groups of applications and instantly switchqbetween them with SpacesTake advantage of the latest developments inqprocessor hardware with full native 64-bit support,multi-core optimization, and new Core animationRead moreqPRODUCT DESCRIPTIONMac OS X v.10.5 Leopard includes new interface and over 300 new innovations designed to help customers accomplishany task. Improvements have been included for Mac programs like iChat and Mail, as well as all-new features such asQuick Look, which lets to peruse the contents of a multiple-page document or video without opening the whole file, andTime Machine, which can recover files in seconds. OS X 10.5 has search technology, graphics, rapid connectivity andsolid stability. iChat now lets to present movies, presentations and virtually any document during your chats with iChatTheater. You can even save your audio and video chats for sharing or synching with an iPod to play on the go.Communicate with 30 professionally designed stationary templates, keep important notes and track to-do items in Mail.You can now group applications into Spaces and move between each Space with keyboard shortcuts to organize yourwindows and reduce clutter. Read more
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONHello, tomorrow. The biggest Mac OS X upgrade ever, Leopard features 300+ innovations. Explore the Mac of the futuretoday.Create Stacks from anything to access quickly in one place.Enjoy a gorgeous new look and organize your files in Stacks.Desktop. A neat place to work.From the menu bar to the stunning new Dock, the Leopard desktop isnt just about design. Its about enjoying the timeyou spend on your computer and getting more out of it.An eye-opening experience.Start from the top. The menu bar hovers transparently above your workspace, letting the desktop image--perhaps afavorite from your iPhoto library--take center stage. Dock icons rest on a reflective floor with a bright active applicationsignal. And the look of Leopard extends to all applications: Every window has a consistent design theme, and activeapplications are even more distinct, casting deeper shadows.Stacked in your favor.Take a look at your desktop. Is it cluttered with files you downloaded or saved there (somewhat less than) temporarily?Youre not alone. Everybody does it. Time to clean house with Stacks--a brand-new feature in Leopard. Create Stacksfrom anything you want to access quickly from one place: a handful of documents, a group of applications, an entirefolder. Files you download in Safari or save from an email are automatically directed to a Stack in the Dock, and whenthe download is complete, the Stack signals that a new item has arrived. When you want to see the files in a Stack, allyou have to do is click--Stacks spring open from the Dock in an elegant arc for a few items, or in an at-a-glance grid formore. Pretty neat.
Browse your files like you browse your music with Cover Flow.Finder. Give your files the rock star treatment.Imagine if browsing the files on your Mac was as easy as browsing music in iTunes. Thats the idea behind the newFinder in Leopard. Now you can access everything on your system from an iTunes-style sidebar and flip through yourfiles using Cover Flow.Grouped sidebar items help you find what you need fast.The sidebar steps up.Leopard brings new power to your old friend, the sidebar. Now items are grouped into categories: places, devices,shared computers, and searches--just like the Source list in iTunes. So with a single click, youre on your way to findingwhat you need.See what you seek.Bring your files to life with Cover Flow in the Finder. Just as you use Cover Flow to flip through album art in iTunes, nowyou can use it to flip through your files. Cover Flow displays each file as a large preview of its first page. And you canpage through multipage documents or play movies.Search party.
Stop looking and start finding with Cover Flow and Spotlight. Click a prebuilt search like "yesterday" or "all images" inthe sidebar and Cover Flow displays your search results in the perfect at-a-glance format. Leopard comes with anumber of helpful prebuilt searches, but its easy to create your own customized searches as well.Closer connections.With shared computers automatically displayed in the sidebar, its far easier to find or access files on any computer inyour house, whether Mac or PC. All it takes is a click. But heres where things get really interesting. By clicking on aconnected Mac, you can see and control that computer (if authorized, of course) as if you were sitting in front of it. Youcan even search all the computers in the house to find what youre looking for.And now, back to my Mac.Ever need something on your Mac when you were thousands of miles from home? With Back to My Mac and a .Macaccount, you can connect to any of your Macs at home from any Mac on the Internet. Your home computers will appearin the shared section of the sidebar just as they do when youre in the living room.Improved spotlight searches.Look deeper.From the Finder or the menu bar, Spotlight in Leopard lets you search for more specific sets of things. Use Boolean logicto narrow search results by entering "AND," "OR," or "NOT" into a search request. You can also search for exact phrases(using quotation marks), dates, ranges (using greater than [>] and less than [<] symbols), absolute dates, and simplecalculations.View, play, and read files without even opening them.Quick Look. Look before you launch.Using Quick Look in Leopard, you can view thecontents of a file without even opening it. Flipthrough multiple-page documents. Watchfull-screen video. See entire Keynote presentations.With a single click.Opening files is so 2006.So youre flipping through files in the Finder. Butyoure looking for something specific and you donthave time to open lots of files to find it. Enter QuickLook. It gives you a sneak peek of entire files--evenmultiple-page documents and video--withoutopening them.See everything.Quick Look works with nearly every file on yoursystem, including images, text files, PDFs, movies,Keynote presentations, and Microsoft Word andExcel files. Click the Quick Look icon or tap theSpace bar to see a file in Quick Look. Then click thearrow icon to see the same file full screen--evenvideo as it plays.Time Machine. A giant leap backward.More than a mere backup, Time Machine makes an up-to-date copy of everything on your Mac--digital photos, music,movies, TV shows, and documents--so you can go back in time to recover anything.Set it, then forget it.You can start using Time Machine in seconds. The first time you attach an external drive to your Mac, Time Machineasks if youd like to use that drive as your backup. Say yes and Time Machine takes care of everything else.Automatically. In the background. Youll never have to worry about backing up again.Back up everything.Time Machine keeps an up-to-date copy of everything on your Mac. That includes system files, applications, accounts,preferences, music, photos, movies, and documents. But what makes Time Machine different from other backup
applications is that it not only keeps a spare copy of every file, it remembers how your system looked on any givenday--so you can revisit your Mac as it appeared in the past.Go back in time to restore any file on your system.Go back in time.Enter the Time Machine browser in search of your long-lost files and you see exactly how your computer looked on thedates youre browsing. Select a specific date, let Time Machine find your most recent changes, or do a Spotlight searchto find exactly what youre looking for. Once you do, click Restore and Time Machine brings it back to the present. TimeMachine restores individual files, complete folders, or your entire computer--putting everything back the way it was andwhere it should be.Preferential treatment.Customize Time Machine by modifying the following behaviors in System Preferences:Backup disk. Change the drive or volume youre backing up to. Or back up to a Mac OS X Server computer.Do not back up. By default, Time Machine backs up your entire system. But you can also select items youd rather notback up.Encrypt backup data. Turn on encryption to store your backup securely.Backup storage time limits. Manage older backups so your backup drive doesnt fill up.
Drag windows to different workspaces and unclutter your Mac.Spaces. Room for everything.You do a lot on your Mac. So whathappens when projects pile up? Easy.Use Spaces to group your windows andbanish clutter completely. Leopardgives you a Space for everything andputs everything in its Space.Rearrange the rooms.Create a Space for work. Create aSpace for play. Organize each Spacethe way you want it just by dragging inwindows. Keep all your work projects inone Space and that fun flick you madein iMovie in another. Create acommunication Space for iChat andMail. You can even rearrange yourSpaces with drag-and-drop ease--shift aSpace and every window in it comesalong for the ride.Make yourself at home.Moving from Space to Space is easy.Get a birds-eye view and select theSpace you want or toggle betweenSpaces using the arrow keys. Even theDock is down with Spaces: When youclick a Dock icon, Leopard whisks youto the Space (or Spaces) where youhave that application open.Pick your patterns.Configure your Spaces by visiting theExpose Spaces pane in SystemPreferences. Add rows and columnsuntil you have all the real estate youneed. Arrange your Spaces as you seefit, then choose the function keys youwant to control them. You can alsoassign applications to specific Spaces,so youll always know where, say,Safari or Keynote is.Email personalized stationery, write to-dos, and take notes.Mail. Think outside the inbox.
Leopard transforms email into personalized stationery. Notes you can access anywhere. To-dos that change as yourerrands do. For everything you do with email--and some things you havent thought of yet--theres Mail.Sincerely yours.Mail for Leopard features more than 30 professionally designed stationery templates that make a virtual keepsake outof every email you send. Mail Stationary From invitations to birthday greetings, stationery templates featurecoordinated layouts, fonts, colors, and drag-and-drop photo placement--everything to help you get your point across.You can even create personalized templates. And messages created using stationery in Mail use standard HTML thatcan be read by every popular email program on the market--for both Mac and PC.Notes and tasks help you stay organized.Noteworthy indeed.Ever email yourself a reminder that gets lost in your inbox? Mail lets you write handy notes you can access fromanywhere. Brainstorm ideas, jot down meeting notes, scribble a phone number--notes can include graphics, colored text,and attachments. Group notes into folders or create Smart Mailboxes that group them for you. Since your notes folderacts like an email mailbox, you can retrieve notes from any Mac or PC.Much ado about to-dos.Forget manually entering a new item to your to-do list every time an email hits your inbox. Mail Tasks Simply highlighttext in an email, then click the To-do icon to create a to-do from a message. Include a due date, set an alarm, or assignpriorities. Every to-do you create includes a link to the original email or note, and to-dos automatically appear in iCal,complete with any edits or additions you make. And since to-dos are stored with your email, you can access them fromMail on any Mac.Spotlight on Mail.With smarter relevance ranking in Spotlight, youll find the right email at the top of the search results list. Andeverything you create in Leopard Mail--to-dos, notes, and, of course, email messages--appears in a Spotlight search ofyour system.Stop the presses.Subscribe to an RSS feed in Mail and youll know the moment an article or blog post hits the wire. Even better, you canchoose to have new articles emailed to you. Sorting your news is easy, too. Use Smart Mailboxes to organize incomingnews articles according to search terms that pique your interest. Mail shares its unread RSS feed count with Safari, soyour reading list always stays in sync.Data, detected.Say you get an email invitation to dinner. What if Mail recognized the address of the restaurant and let you mapdirections on the web? Or let you click once to add the date to your iCal calendar? With Leopard, it does. Mail evenrecognizes combinations of data in phrases like "lunch tomorrow at 12 p.m. at 701 Baltic Ave, San Francisco, CA,"making it easy to make plans.Setup made simple.
Now you can set up a new Mail account in one easy step. Just enter your current email address and password and letMail do the rest. Mail works with the most popular email providers to automatically configure all those cryptic serversettings for you.Add effects to video chats and make remote presentations.iChat. Not being there is half the fun.Filled with fun new features, iChat turns any video chat into an event. Video backdrops, Photo Booth effects, photoslideshows, Keynote presentations, even movies on your Mac--you can share it all using iChat.Transform your video chats using Photo booth effects.Share your files with friends using iChat Theater.Chat for effect.Transform your video chats using new Photo Booth effects. Choose an effect and your image changes instantly--iChatdetects your background and adds the effect only to your image. And the reverse is true for iChat backdrops: Drag anApple-designed backdrop or your own photo or video into the video preview window to create an effect that will foolyour buddies into thinking youre chatting from your living room, the beach, or the moon.Show off (without showing up).Why wait for a darkened room and a projector to present vacation photos or Keynote slides? Now you can do it allremotely, right in iChat. Put on an entire photo slideshow, click through a Keynote presentation, or play a movie--in full
screen, accompanied by a video feed of you hosting--while your buddy looks on. In fact, you can show any file on yoursystem that works with Quick Look.Chatting for the record.Now you can save your audio and video chats for posterity with iChat recording. Before recording starts, iChat notifiesyour buddies and asks for their permission to record. When youre done chatting, iChat stores your audio chats as AACfiles and video chats as MPEG-4 files so you can play them in iTunes or QuickTime. Share them with colleagues, friends,and family or sync them to your iPod and play on the go.Crystal-clear audio.iChat uses the AAC-LD audio codec to deliver the clearest possible sound during audio chats. A wideband codec thatsamples a full range of vocal frequencies, AAC-LD sounds great with any voice.Still the best for text.Sure, iChat has a lot to offer for video and audio chats, but text messaging also gets a boost in Leopard, thanks to theseadditions:Tabbed chatsMultiple loginsInvisibilityAnimated buddy iconsSMS forwardingCustom buddy list orderFile transfer managerSpace-efficient viewsAIM to please.iChat works with AIM, the largest instant messaging community in the U.S. You and your buddies can be either AIM or.Mac users. Text, audio, and video chat whether your buddies use a Mac or PC. Sign in with your AIM account and allyour buddies appear in your iChat buddy list.iCal. Your schedule is clear.Leopard introduces a new look to iCal, along with an easier-to-use interface that makes scheduling andrescheduling a breeze. Add new group calendaring features, and iCal works better for business or pleasure.Photo Booth. Say cheese.Come on. You know you want to. Your built-in iSight or USB camera just begs to take your snapshot. OpenPhoto Booth--now built into Leopard--and have a little fun.Dashboard. Where theres a will, theres a widget.Leopard lets you create your very own Dashboard widget from any website. And new .Mac syncing keepsall of your widgets on all of your Macs.Front Row. Put on a show.Looking for a great way to enjoy all the cool stuff on your Mac? Front Row in Leopard works like Apple TVto play digital music, movies, TV shows, and photos on your Mac using the ultra-simple Apple Remote.Safari. Still the worlds best web browser.Now your favorite web browser is also the fastest on the planet. With page load speeds to rival every othermajor browser, Safari for Leopard also introduces a few new features to the mix.
DVD Player. Very entertaining.DVD Player in Leopard probably boasts more features than the DVD player in your home entertainmentsystem. And you dont have to leave your Mac to enjoy it.Parental ControlsGive your kids a safer, happier Mac experience.Accessibility. More user friendly.Leopard offers new features destined to make it the most accessible Mac OS yet. New voice technology inVoiceOver, along with Braille support, Breakthrough Browsing, and extended keyboard capability, giveusers with visual disabilities more control over the Mac than ever.Boot Camp. Run Windows on your Mac.Leopard is the worlds most advanced operating system. So advanced, it even lets you run Windows iftheres a PC application you need to use. Just get a copy of Windows and start up Boot Camp, nowincluded with Leopard. Setup is simple and straightforward--just as youd expect with a Mac.Automator. Your personal automation assistant.Automator brings remarkable speed to any task thats often repeated on your computer. Leopard addseven more muscle to Automator, making it easy to automate more kinds of tasks.A host of new features that makelife easier for every developer.Rock-solid foundations.Explore the core technologies that power Leaopard.64-Bit. Advanced precision in one OS.Leopard delivers 64-bit power in one, universal OS. Now the Cocoa application frameworks, as well as graphics,scripting, and the UNIX foundations of the Mac, are all 64-bit. And since you get full performance and compatibility foryour 32-bit applications and drivers, you dont need to update everything on your system just to run a single 64-bitapplication.Multicore. Fire on all cylinders.Todays Mac computers offer astounding performance with up to eight cores of processing power. So how do you take
full advantage? Simple. With Leopard. A rearchitected system, finely tuned key applications, and powerful new tools fordevelopers make Leopard the perfect OS for your multicore Mac.Security. Safer by design.Every Mac is secure--right out of the box--thanks to the proven foundation of Mac OS X. Apple engineers have designedLeopard with more security to protect your personal data and make your online life safer.Core Animation. Drag-and-drop-dead gorgeous.Welcome to the next level in computer animation. No, its not a feature film--its your desktop. Core Animation is an APIthat makes it simple for Mac developers to add visually stunning graphics and animations to applications. Without anyesoteric graphics and math techniques, you can create fluid, stutter-free effects and experiences as groundbreaking asSpaces and Time Machine.UNIX. The UNIX you know. The Mac you love.What can the fully UNIX-compliant Leopard do? It can run any POSIX-compliant source code. Help you make the most ofmulticore systems. Put a new, tabbed-interface Terminal at your fingertips. Introduce a whole host of new features thatmake life easier for every developer. So, really, what cant it do?Create stunning Mac applications more quickly.Ready. Set. Code.Discover developer tools you can build on.Xcode. Build fast. Work smart.Xcode 3.0 delivers better performance, as well as innovations that let you create stunning Mac applications morequickly. Enjoy a graphical IDE in which form focuses your functions. Delight in a debugger so groundbreaking, youllmake mistakes just to see it in action.Xray. Apps, the developer will see you now.When you need help debugging, Xcode 3.0 offers an extraordinary new program: Xray. Taking interface cues fromtimeline editors such as GarageBand, Xray lets you visualize application performance like never before.Dashcode. Widgets without the wait.Ever wish you could make your very own Dashboard widget? A handy RSS feed of your favorite blog, maybe. Or aminiature photocast of your iPhoto library. Something uniquely useful, uniquely you. Say hello to Dashcode. Now youcan get a widget up and running in minutes, even if youve never written a line of code in your life. Read moreYou May Also LikeMac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard
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