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The "Machintosh HD" you see under Finder is the name of your hard drive given during installation, you can set that to anything you want. That has NO connection to the version of OS X running on there..

Snow Leopard isn't an option per say by a version of the operating system OS X. These versions started with 10.0.x and have gotten to 10.6.x, so that means that Snow Leopard is the 6th version of OS X, with Leopard being the 5th, Tiger being the 4th, Panther being the 3th and I don't know what the first 2 were..

The point release after 10.5 or 10.6 indicate the specific update-version for Leopard or Snow Leopard version of OS X..

If you're familiar with Windows, think of the point releases as Service Packs, so for example, Windows XP is a version of Windows, which came before Windows Vista and Windows 7..and SP 3 is the third update to Windows XP..

Hopefully this explains things rather than further muddle things..

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