Adobe, one of Apple’s largest software developers, on Friday posted an FAQ to its Web site answering any questions user might have about its Creative Suite 4 (CS4) apps and Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
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Realmac Software on Friday sent a note to its customers confirming that the company was ready for Apple’s upcoming Mac OS X Snow Leopard release.
In the next couple of months, Apple and Microsoft will both release upgrades to their operating systems. While they are both considered to be maintenance releases, the upgrade paths are incredibly different.
Apple on Wednesday released an update for Mac OS X Leopard, bringing the current version of the operating system to 10.5.8.
Apple is offering customers that recently purchased a new Mac a way to upgrade to the newest version of Mac OS X for $9.95.
Amazon on Saturday began taking orders for Apple’s new version of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard.
Two of the most influential publishers in the Mac industry, Adam and Tonya Engst, have released a new ebook designed to help users manage their passwords in Mac OS X.
Google on Wednesday announced Chrome OS, a netbook optimized operating system that will be released sometime next year. However you view the news, Daring Fireball’s John Gruber brings up a good point in his latest article: where is it?
By now you’ve probably read on Ars that Google is entering the operating system market, joining the big three: Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Microsoft released pricing yesterday for “Vista Fixed Edition,” otherwise known as Windows 7.
I don’t know what they were thinking, but Microsoft on Thursday announced pricing for the upcoming version of “Vista Fixed Edition,” also known as Windows 7.
Judge Robert A. Mark has lifted an automatic stay of proceedings from Mac clone-maker Psystar’s bankruptcy filing. The move allows Apple to continue its copyright infringement suit against the company.
Apple on Monday released separate Java updates for Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5.
Apple is asking the court to remove an automatic stay imposed by a bankruptcy filing and let the case against Mac clone-maker Psystar continue to trial. Psystar filed in bankruptcy protect in May, which invoked an automatic stay of proceedings in Apple’s case against the company for copyright infringement.
Developers are very confident at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). So confident, in fact, some are considering a change in system requirements in the next major version of their applications.
I have never seen a happier group of developers. Over 5,000 of them gathered in San Francisco this week for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to work with Apple engineers and see what the company will offer in the next iPhone and Mac OS X releases.
One of the highlights of every Worldwide Developers Conference is the Apple Design Awards. This is a ceremony where Apple gives awards to developers that best use the interface and technologies the company provides to build applications.
I wrote a story at CNET earlier today asking the question: Who offers the best upgrade, Apple or Windows? The basis of the argument is this. Both companies are upgrading an existing operating system and both claim better performance with … Continued