Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Sep 2008 22:17 UTC
Mac OS X Apple has released the latest update to its Leopard operating system, Mac OS X 10.5.5, with tons and tons of fixes. As always, the release is a recommended update fr all Leopard users, so fire up Software Update, and let's hope it doesn't cause any troubles. Read one for a quick rundown of the most important changes.
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RE: iMap Bug
by bousozoku on Tue 16th Sep 2008 10:24 UTC in reply to "iMap Bug"
bousozoku
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2006-01-23

Nice to finally have that iMap performance problem dealt with. It was getting on my nerves, particularly when interfacing to Gmail. This update claims to fix it and the results so far seem to bare that out. Now, if Apple will just fix the Finder's performance issues on shared folders--particularly on large shares over a wireless connection--I'll be happy. That said, every os does have its little quirks and annoyances, I guess.


iMap for Apple instead of IMAP? :-D

Finder has been revised to version 10.5.6, so maybe it's better but I haven't noticed anything different in its behaviour.

In fact, this update seems more application-oriented than others and I don't use many of the Apple applications, but any stability improvements are appreciated. I need to run a couple of tests but hopefully, the performance has been improved again.

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