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Mac OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard [Retail Build 10D575] (2010/Multi) 6.45GB
Mac OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard - the world's most advanced operating system on the basis of reliable platform UNIX. It is extremely simple and intuitive for the user. It provides a unique, reliability, compatibility and ease of use a Mac. Contains driver BootCamp and more...
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System Mac OS X is simple and yet extremely functional. From the desktop, which you see when you start the Mac, to the most critical applications - all elements of the system easy to use and elegant. When inspecting sites, checking email, talking in the video chat with a friend who lives thousands of miles away * You know what to work with the Mac software is convenient, easy and interesting. And at the heart of this simplicity - the most powerful technology. That is why for Mac OS X has been chosen reliable platform UNIX, providing unprecedented stability and better support for Internet standards.
Stunning graphics
You will pay attention to the elegant interface Mac, created by the graphics system, capable of working with advanced graphics processors. The capacity of this system is sufficient for processing high-definition video, creating amazing visual effects and animation quality. Fonts on the screen look beautiful and incredibly clear. A pleasant shade of windows allows you to quickly determine which of them are active, and what - no. Documents in Quick view shows in high definition, so it was easy to read their text. Built-in PDF format means that you can view and create PDF files in virtually any system application.
Excellent integration of hardware and software
Programs for Mac are in the same company as the equipment. Together they form a perfectly coherent system. For example, Mac laptops are able to automatically detect Wi-Fi network and connect to them. The laptop comes out of sleep mode, as soon as you open it, and automatically restores the connection - you can immediately return to their work. Great importance is also attached to the efficient energy consumption by reducing the rate of the hard disk in an inactive mode, predictive selection CPU (central or graphics) to perform the tasks and reduce the screen brightness in low light conditions.
Security based
The developers have already taken care of for the Protection of Mac OS X and the data on your computer from viruses, malware and other threats. Established in the Internet age, with all its threats, this system knows many ways to protect against the dangers of the world wide web. Every Mac is initially configured so as to ensure maximum safety, so to understand the complex settings you do not have to. In addition, your work will not slow down the constant communication and reporting system security. Apple responds rapidly to emerging threats and issues a security update that automatically installed on a Mac.
Best compatibility
The flexibility and power of Mac OS X allows it to be integrated in virtually any environment, including a network of Windows. It supports almost all modern digital cameras, printers and other peripherals - no drivers for this are not needed. It allows you to open popular file formats, including files JPG, MP3 documents Microsoft Office. Mac OS X also includes a built-in support for the format PDF, so create and view PDF files can be in almost any system application - very handy when communicating with colleagues, if they are using not only the Mac, and PC. And if you need Windows, you can install and run it on Mac.
Additional Information:
Apple Mac OS X 10.6.3, the third update OS Snow Leopard, covers a few hundred errors, defects and security vulnerabilities discovered since last November, when he was brought to version 10.6.2.
In addition, introduced updated security subsystem, issued a separate patch in January. Beta-testing release of the OS started in the early years circumscribed circle of developers.
The key innovations of Mac OS X 10.6.3 developer attributes: improved reliability and compatibility of QuickTime X, a solution OpenGL-compatible programs, the inability to use symbols # or & names of opened files in Rosetta-applications patch prevents copying files to a FAT32-Windows file server errors, and optimizing performance 64-bit Logic Pro 9 and Main Stage 2, distributed among the reliability of entry and exit from sleep mode when you use Bonjour on demand, the stability of third-party USB-devices, eliminating the problems with the regulation of sound in iChat, the removal of various defects in the output Text, images and video to Mail, iMovie, Aperture, screensaver, printing and work with the iSight.
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Update: Go to Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite if you want to install Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks or Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite instead. The instructions below will not work for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or later versions.

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I thought it would be useful to put the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard installer on a USB flash drive. It would be faster than reading from a DVD. I can use it with a Macbook Air or Pro Retina which do not come with a DVD drive. And the USB flash drive is more portable and robust than a DVD.

Note: I’m doing the following on a Macbook running Snow Leopard. The resulting USB flash drive will boot on Intel-based Macs only. If you want to boot the USB flash drive on a PowerPC-based Mac, please see the comments.

Create a DMG file

You can skip creating a DMG (Disk iMaGe) file if you clone directly from the Snow Leopard “Mac OS X Install DVD” disk to the USB flash drive. I just wanted a DMG file for speed and convenience; in case I need to clone to a dual-layer DVD or to another USB flash drive.

  1. Insert the Snow Leopard 10.6 “Mac OS X Install DVD” disk into the DVD drive.
  2. Run the “Disk Utility” application (under the “Applications/Utilities” folder).
  3. On the left-hand pane, you will see “Mac OS X Install DVD” appear under the DVD drive when the DVD is mounted. A “Mac OS X Install DVD” disk icon will also appear on the desktop.
    • If you don’t see the “Mac OS X Install DVD” even after waiting for a while, try closing and starting the “Disk Utility” application again.
  4. On the left-hand pane, select the “Mac OS X Install DVD” by clicking on it.
  5. Click on the “New Image” icon, located in toolbar at the top.
  6. Select the location to save the DMG file (“Mac OS X Install DVD.dmg”) to. Leave the defaults of “compressed” for “Image Format” and “none” for “Encryption”.
  7. Click on the “Save” button. The DMG file creation can take 20 minutes or longer.

Format USB Flash Drive as Mac OS X Bootable

You will need an 8GB USB flash drive. Format it as a Mac OS X bootable drive by following these steps:

  1. Insert the USB flash drive.
  2. Run “Disk Utility”.
  3. On the left-hand pane, select the USB drive (not the FAT32 or other partition under it).
  4. Click on the “Erase” tab, select “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” for “Format” and input a name like “Snow Leopard Install USB” (or anything because this will be overwritten later).
  5. Click the “Erase…” button and then the “Erase” button. This format operation will take less than a minute to complete.
  6. Once the format completes, make sure that the USB flash drive is selected in the left-hand pane. In the bottom pane, check that the “Partition Map Scheme” is set to “GUID Partition Table” (which means it is Mac OS X bootable). Under Snow Leopard, formatting as “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” appears to select the “GUID Partition Table” scheme by default.
  7. If you are not running Snow Leopard and the “Partition Map Scheme” is not set to “GUID Partition Table”, please repeat steps #1-3 above and then the following alternative steps:
    1. Click on the “Partition” tab, select “1 Partition” under “Volume Scheme”, ensure “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” is selected for “format”, and leave the name alone or change it to be anything (it will be overwritten later).
    2. Click on the “Options” button and ensure that “GUID Partition Table” is selected. Click OK.
    3. Click the “Apply” button and then the “Partition” button. This format operation will take less than a minute to complete.

Restore DMG file to USB Flash Drive

Restore the DMG file to the bootable USB flash drive:

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  1. Locate the “Mac OS X Install DVD.dmg” file that was created earlier. Double-click on it to mount and launch it. You will see a “Mac OS X Install DVD” disk icon appear on the desktop. You can close the “Mac OS X Install DVD” application window that was also opened.
  2. Insert the Mac OS X bootable USB flash drive that we created above.
  3. Run the “Disk Utility” application. On the left-hand pane, you should see both the USB flash drive and the mounted DMG file.
  4. On the left-hand pane, select the partition under the USB flash drive.
  5. Click on the “Restore” tab and drag that same partition (under the USB flash drive) to the “Destination” field (you will see a green plus mouse icon appear when you drag over the field).
  6. If you cannot drag the “Mac OS X Install DVD” partition under the DMG file to the “Source” field (on Snow Leopard, the green plus mouse icon won’t appear and no action is taken on the drop), you can instead right-click on the “Mac OS X Install DVD” partition and select “Set as source”. The “Source” field will then be filled with the partition name.
    • Even though you can click on the “Image…” button and select the DMG file, when you do the restore, Disk Utility will throw a “RESTORE FAILURE” error with the message: “Could not find any scan information. The source image needs to be image scanned before it can be restored.”
    • If you are cloning directly from the “Mac OS X Install” DVD, you can just drag the partition under the DVD drive to the “Source” field.
  7. I left the “Erase destination” box checked. With this box checked, the restore operation took about 25 minutes. When this box was unchecked, the restore operation reported that it would require 4 hours.
  8. Click the “Restore” button, then the “Erase” button, and input your Mac OS X administrative password.
  9. When the restore completes, you may see two “Mac OS X Install DVD” application windows appear, the first from the mounted DMG file and second from the USB flash drive. There will also be two “Mac OS X Install DVD” disk icons on the desktop. Also, notice that the partition under the USB flash drive is now named the same as the source, “Mac OS X Install DVD”.
  10. Select the USB flash drive in the left-hand pane. In the bottom pane, double-check that the “Partition Map Scheme” is still set to “GUID Partition Table”.
    • If you are not using Snow Leopard and find that the “Partition Map Scheme” is no longer set to “GUID Partition Table”, you may need to redo the restore. Reformat the USB flash drive (per the alternative instructions above) and before doing the restore, uncheck the “Erase destination” box. I fear that the “Erase destination” function may modify the partition map scheme to be something other than “GUID Partition Table”.

Boot from the USB Flash Drive

  1. Insert the USB flash drive.
  2. While starting your Mac, hold the Alt/Option key down to launch the Startup Manager.
  3. Select the USB flash drive to boot from; it will be labeled “Mac OS X Install DVD”.
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