This has more to do with removing redundant components like printer drivers which are downloaded on demand in Snow Leopard than removing code specific to PowerPC. Performance improvements include Faster startup, shutdown, installation, Time Machine backup and connection establishment. Minor UI refinements include: Stacks in Snow Leopard allow viewing a subfolder without launching Finder. Stacks have also been modified to include scroll-bars for folders with many files. Contextual menus which come out of Dock icons have more options and have a new look, with a semi-transparent charcoal background and white type. Selection of columned text in PDF documents by analyzing the page layout. Prefixes for bytes are now used in strictly decimal meaning when describing disk space, such that an indicated file size of 1 MB corresponds to 1,, bytes. When you click a folder icon on the Dock, you can scroll through the pop-up window of its contents. Buggy plug-ins Flash and so on no longer crash the Safari Web browser; you just get an empty rectangle where they would have appeared.
OS X Cheetah also debuted the dock that still gives modern Macs their notable appearance. It provided faster menu navigation and log-in as well as configurable options, such as a movable Dock and new system menus with controls for volume, battery life and AirPort access on the menu bar. Announced at the Macworld Expo, it featured an updated Mail app that placed spam in a junk folder. Along with a new Finder offering refined search, OS X
A new and improved Automatorwith easy starting points to easily start a workflow. It also can quickly create or edit workflows with new interface improvements. Now it can use a new action called "Watch Me Do" that lets you record a user action like pressing a button or controlling an application without built-in Automator support and replay as an action in a workflow. Back to My Maca feature for MobileMe users that allows users to access files on their home computer while away from home via the internet.
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