Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Jun 2008 22:15 UTC
Mac OS X Apple has already announced the successor to Leopard, called Snow Leopard, during the WWDC not too long ago. They explained that Snow Leopard would not focus on user-visible features, but instead would deliver performance improvements and resource footprint reductions. One of the measures Apple has taken is the size reduction of application bundles, which has resulted in dramatic weight loss for a lot of applications. AppleInsider has found out what exactly Apple has been doing to lose that much weight.
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RE: And why isn't this free?
by Larz on Sat 28th Jun 2008 15:35 UTC in reply to "And why isn't this free?"
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If there is nothing earthshattering about a relase then just don't buy it. It's a minor release after all.

I can only applaud that someone is actually working on reducing the footprint of the operating system (incl. applications).

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