Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 is out in the wild

Apple has released the latest update to its operating system, taking it up to the giddy heights of Mac OS X 10.6.4.

The free update introduces the new Safari 5.0 browser, and attends to a load of bug fixes.

The size of the download varies depending on the machine, but you can expect to see anything from 300MB up to 640MB hurtling down your broadband connection.

Here’s the full listing of updates and bug fixes – drop us a line if you find anything exciting or unexpected lurking in there.

General fixes and improvements

-improves compatibility with some Braille displays
-resolves an issue that causes the keyboard or trackpad to become unresponsive
-resolves an issue that may prevent some Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications from opening
-addresses issues copying, renaming, or deleting files on SMB file servers
-improves reliability of VPN connections
-resolves a playback issue in DVD Player when using Good Quality deinterlacing
-resolves an issue editing photos with iPhoto or Aperture in full screen view
-resolves an issue with Parental Controls Time Limits for Open Directory or Active Directory users
-resolves a display sleep issue with MacBook Pro (Early 2010) computers
-resolves an issue with MacBook Pro (Early 2010) computers in which the right speaker may sound louder -than the left speaker
-includes Safari 5.0; for more information about Safari 5.0, see this webpage
-Security improvements; for information about the security content of this update, please visit this article
-Fixes and improvements for Aperture 3

-adds tethered shooting support for additional digital camera models
-addresses IPTC metadata compatibility issues
-Fixes and improvements for external devices

-RAW image compatibility for additional digital cameras
-resolves an issue with using third-party USB web cameras
-resolves an issue with noise when using some third-party FireWire audio devices
-resolves pairing issues with Apple remotes

For more information on the update: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4150.

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3 Comments on “Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 is out in the wild”

  1. And did you listen some information about Actymac VidShots Remote? I know that it allows to
    get video from Mac desktop to iPhone. May be it is very useful for remote
    parental control and employees watching.

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