[UAUG] multiple versions of 10.6?
Wade Preston Shearer
wadeshearer.lists at me.com
Mon Jun 8 21:29:39 MDT 2009
The last paragraph on this this page…
"To ensure simplicity and flexibility, Mac OS X still comes in one
version that runs both 64-bit and 32-bit applications. So you don’t
need to update everything on your system just to run a single 64-bit
program. And new 64-bit applications work just fine with your existing
printers, storage devices, and PCI cards."
Supporting both 64 and 32 makes sense but any idea what they mean by
"comes in one version?" I haven't heard or read of anything else
anywhere that mentions multiple versions. You think that just a poorly
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