Apple Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Review - Screenshots Review



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A stack with enough icons to require scrolling – OS X 10.5 wouldn’t have displayed all of these
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Dock Exposé showing all the windows open in Safari
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The same windows, now ordered alphabetically
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Minimised windows appear separate from active ones in Exposé
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A PDF previews in its icon
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Pages can be turned without opening the PDF
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A video file as you might expect to see the icon normally
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Playing a video file from its icon, expanded to a reasonable size
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An MP3 file playing in icon preview
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QuickTime’s recording options
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Publishing a movie to YouTube from QuickTime is as simple as entering your login details
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Movies can be exported to different devices in appropriate formats, quality and file sizes
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