Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th May 2009 20:51 UTC, submitted by REM2000
Mac OS X After a long gestation period, Apple has updated its Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system to version 10.5.7. This latest update comes packed with lots of bug fixes for several components of the Mac OS X operating system. Update: Various security updates for Tiger and Safari:Win were also released.
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Hope for fixes
by bousozoku on Wed 13th May 2009 00:52 UTC
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2006-01-23

I've still got to look at the security fixes. I'm wondering if they finally fixed WebKit since Google already did a security update, concerning the pwn2own issue. [sarcasm]It's only been several weeks, but oh well, I'm a worrier. Security isn't important at all.[/sarcasm]

Concerning other bits, I'm hoping that they've fixed the multiple application menubar menus overlaying each other and my constant fight with the virtual memory system and its poor performance. I'm going to be positive about this since these are the last few updates for this machine.

One thing was unexpected. It seemed to update firmware and re-boot and continued from there. 449 MB? That's just massive for an intermediate update.

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