Here’s a quick tip this morning for those of you who are Mac users and are considering an upgrade to Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. This Wikidot webpage which is updated regularly by Mac users who have updated their systems to Snow Leopard shows you a good long list of compatibility status of many popular apps. Though incompatibility isn’t expected to be a major problem with the new update, it is inevitable therefore Apple have released their own list, but it is much less comprehensive and not as frequently updated.

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So if you’re interested in upgrading to Snow Leopard or have already ordered a copy, you might like to check out the list and be more prepared, click here to be directed to the Wikidot page…

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