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Screenshots of Latest Snow Leopard Build Released

A host of screenshots have recently emerged depicting a few minor interface changes and feature enhancements of the latest build of Apple’s much anticipated Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

A brief mention of Snow Leopard at WWDC 2008 by Steve Jobs gave the public a mere glimpse into what can be expected, yet developers had been privy to more detailed information. World of Apple has gathered a gallery of screenshots showing the latest Snow Leopard build (10a261), that has been sanctioned as a primarily “under the hood” upgrade, improving performance and reducing the operating systems overall footprint. Below are a few of the screenshots that have been released.

About This Mac
About this Mac showing build 10A261.

System Preferences
System Preferences pane showing a few minor user interface changes.

Keyboard Shortcuts
An upgraded Keboard Shortcuts pane resembling the Finder allows for greater ease of use.

With Stacks you can now navigate the folder structure.

“Application footprints in Snow Leopard are significantly reduced. Almost all of the applications have been rebuilt in Cocoa and 64 bit.”

A new “Put Back” feature allows you to easily restore deleted items.

World of Apple notes that based on the current progress of the latest build they do not expect Snow Leopard to ship during the first quarter of 2009.

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