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    Snow Leopard - Aug 28th - £25 each

    Last edited by FN-GM; 24th August 2009 at 09:13 PM.

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    Pre ordered mine this earlier, family pack is only £39 which is pretty reasonable.

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    Cheaper than Windows.....

    I am going to upgrade my MacBook Pro hard drive to a 500GB before i upgrade. This should be fun....

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    exactually the same thinking, i have a 320 to go in mine before i do the upgrade, couldnt quite afford the a 500gb but hopfully i should see a little bit of a speed boast over the old 160gb unit which is now practically full.

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    The good thing about the mac upgrades is that pricing will likely remain even after release unlike windows 7 which starts out cheap and is gradually getting more and more expensive pre christmas holiday rush.

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    Oh, yes I see what makes it the MOST ADVANCED OS IN THE WORLD!

    Date in menu bar.
    The date can appear alongside the time in the menu bar.


    I do note the complete lack of any improvements to networking mentioned on the site.

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    Thanks - Ive gone for the Family pack too so I can upgrade my iMac and MacBook.

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    Should it not read august 28th?

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    It should yes, I was writing some stuff down when i posted and wrote the date down a few times. will edit now

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    Have you seen the performance specs for the server and what hardware they run them on? Hardly standard industry level specs are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    Oh, yes I see what makes it the MOST ADVANCED OS IN THE WORLD!

    Date in menu bar.
    The date can appear alongside the time in the menu bar.
    Hey I find it annoying that it lacks that Microsoft have had it for 3 versions of Windows now, blasted Apple Copy-cats

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    Well would upgrade but I run a power mac mini and not an intel one

    Russ

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    Well would upgrade but I run a power mac mini and not an intel one

    Russ
    aww Poor Russ, I'm glad I got the Intel based Macbook now

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    how does it save 7gb of space when you upgrade does it delete all the ppc based crud when you install the upgrade and seeing as its an upgrade from leopard I presume that means you have to have leopard installed first before you can run the snow leopard installer ?

    Or can I just use the snow leopard disc and install snow leopard from fresh as a full installation ?

    Appologies if its a daft question as not had to do an upgrade for apple macs os before so its a new one on me.
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    You can upgrade for the £25, but if you don't already have Mac OSX then you'll need to buy the full version.



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