The latest release for Mac OS X Leopard, 10.5.2 is now available The update, which weighs in at a whopping 343 megabytes if you choose to download the combo update from Apple.com or a slightly less mammoth 180 megabytes from within Leopard's Software Update tool. While the full list of changes are available here (and more detailed security update information, here), these are the highlights: ...
Less than three weeks after making its debut, Leopard, also known as OS X 10.5, has received it's first incremental update. 10.5.1, available via Apple's Software Update or via Apple's web site. The update addresses a number of issues, most notably in the areas of networking and Internet security. Here's a quick run-down of some of our own problems in Leopard, that have been addressed in this...
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