Mac OS X is renowned for its simplicity, its reliability, and its ease of use. So when it came to designing Snow Leopard, Apple engineers had a single goal: to make a great thing even better. They searched for areas to refine, further simplify, and speed up from little things like ejecting external drives to big things like installing the OS. In many cases, they elevated great to amazing. Installation DVD Printed and electronic documentation
Mac OS X is the world's most advanced operating system. Built on a rock-solid UNIX foundation and designed to be simple and intuitive, it's what makes the Mac innovative, highly secure, compatible, and easy to use. Quite simply there is nothing else like it.
Amazon.com: Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard: Software (Upgrade)
Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger will change the way you think about your Mac. It offers more than 200 new features to make controlling your personal information, applications and usage more easily than ever. Find, manage and enjoy the things you care about more effectively -- with the most advanced operating system yet released. Accelerate your research with the powerful new development tools. Work with integrated support for critical audio functions for better music at home. While you're doing both ofthese, you can also do just about everything else, from checking the weather to managing e-mail. Prepare to be amazed at how far operating systems have come…
Pre order Tiger from Amazon now and get a 35 dollar discount!
Amazon.com is taking preorders of Apple's Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger for $129.99 before a $35 mail-in rebate, $94.99 after. With free shipping. Rebate ends May 31.
Amazon.com is taking pre-orders for Tiger at $94.99 after a $35 rebate.
Expected to be available in first half of 2005.-->http://netbux.org/?r=1709
Amazon has a preorder on Mac X.4 and you save 30 bucks. Not a bad deal and you can say that you got Mac 10.4 to your friends and make them jealous.
Amazon has a pre-order page for Apple’s next revision of OS X, 10.4, or ‘Tiger.’ While there’s no release date, the $35 mail-in rebate shows a ‘postmark by’ date of May 31st.