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Snow Leopard Launched Today

Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the latest version of Apple’s operating system, has launched today and can be purchased from any Apple Store. Mac OS X Leopard users are able to upgrade to Snow Leopard for $29 for one computer or purchase the Snow Leopard Family Pack, which can be used for up to five computers, for $49. Users who purchased an Apple computer on or after 8 June 2009 will only need to pay $9.95. Those looking to upgrade from Mac OS X Tiger will need to pay $169 for an individual license or $229 for a family pack.

Apple has launched a support site for Snow Leopard that assists with installation, has a list of which Apple-made software is compatible and includes guides to using the programs that ship with the operating system.

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