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If you're keeping track of Snow Leopard's progress, you'll be pleased to know that a new build (10A335) has been released into the hands of devs (and consequently, the world). Most interestingly, however, is that it seem this new iteration has a handy screen grab feature that hasn't made an appearance until now -- namely, the native ability (under QuickTime) to "record" your on-screen activities. There are other third-party apps that handle this duty, like the classily-named Snapz Pro X, but the inclusion in this latest beta will almost certainly mainstream the function. It should come in handy if you're constantly trying to tell you parents how to change their network settings, or if you're thinking about producing your own version of You Suck at Photoshop.



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New Snow Leopard beta build includes screen recording capabilities, a certain je ne sais quoi originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 25 Apr 2009 17:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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i have a question. this doesn't really match this forum but what the hack.--> OSx86 is to run Mac operating system and applications on Windows PersonalComputers right? Is OSx86 finnished yet. like is it good enough to download and not screw around with and does it crash? can you download it? where can i get the download? and is it better with Parallels/VWfusion or native?

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i have a question. this doesn't really match this forum but what the hack.--> OSx86 is to run Mac operating system and applications on Windows PersonalComputers right? Is OSx86 finnished yet. like is it good enough to download and not screw around with and does it crash? can you download it? where can i get the download? and is it better with Parallels/VWfusion or native?

 

 

Hello? There are dozens of foruns about OSx86 OS all around the world. I sugest you use google to get an update on those questions ;)

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