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    Snow Leopard OS.
    I got a 15 inch macbook pro in August.

    I wanna upgrade to the Snow Leopard OS.

    I have a few questions. Does it take up alot of space? Also what will be the difference when I upgrade?

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    Snow Leopard went on sale in August so you should have it installed if your MBP is from September. Are you sure you don't already have it installed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
    Snow Leopard went on sale in August so you should have it installed if your MBP is from September. Are you sure you don't already have it installed?
    Honestly I might not have it. I got my mac in August. I can't remember when though.

    When did it go on sale? I think I got my mac in the beginning of August.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverandalway View Post
    Honestly I might not have it. I got my mac in August. I can't remember when though.

    When did it go on sale? I think I got my mac in the beginning of August.
    You can verify if you have snow leopard by clicking on the apple symbol, top left corner, and then click "about this mac." If it shows you have version 10.6, then you have snow leopard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadarP3C View Post
    You can verify if you have snow leopard by clicking on the apple symbol, top left corner, and then click "about this mac." If it shows you have version 10.6, then you have snow leopard.
    I have 10.5.8 so I don't have it.

    If I upgrade what will the difference be and will it take up alot of space?

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    It'll take up less space.

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    This should give you a pretty good sense of what Snow Leopard has to offer.
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