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10.3.5 is out


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it just appeared in my Software Update, but unfortunately, I can't download 43MB here at home... only having a Modem
So I have to wait until tomorrow, to download it at work

Anybody installed it already?
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I just about to post this. lol

Key enhancements include:

o Improved support for NTFS formatted volumes
o Improved reliability for user logins and mounting of home directories in a networked environment
o Updated ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers
o Improved Bluetooth compatibility for Apple Wireless Keyboard/Mouse and Bluetooth phones
o Additional FireWire and USB device compatibility
o Improved font management
o Updated Mail and Image Capture applications
o Improved compatibility for third party applications
o Previous standalone security updates

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I'm waiting till more ppl test .... i mean download it, and see what they say.
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So far from a couple other forums it looks like it's a solid update, both the 10.3.5 update and the security update, so that is good news I will probably update tonight.
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Update. There is a vulnerability in Safari again, and the two updates patch it.

This is a good update, noticing speed improvements.
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mine is only like 22.9 mb

I think that has to do with the previous security updates and what not..who knows..but mine isn't 44 mb

and I also have a security update.
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Mine was 22.9 mb

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I'm downloading it right now. Guess I should change my Mac's specs to the new OS, as should everyone who has downloaded this new OS X update.
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they deffinently updated isync for the motorola v710! :cool: im going to my verizon store bright and early on wednesday to get one! :rolleyes:

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I've just finished updating my iBook to 10.3.5. Yeah, my computer does seem faster after reboot. I think the reason for that is either:

1. from the improved video driver for ATI Radeon.
2. rebooting helps restore to its original speed.

I think it's more likely to be 2. It's been about a month since I rebooted the last time. Which means OS X has steady resource leak which can be cured only by rebooting.. Whatever the reason is, I'm happy that my computer became more responsive. At least for today.
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I updated my ox, and I am having no problems. I am not, however, noticing any speed difference...so I would agree that rebooting is the reason for any speed increase..I just happened to reboot the day before I got this update...before that I had about two weeks or so.
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i put panther today on our school computer along with 10.3.5 and the rest of the updates we have missed. One word: FAST! Faster at least. My school was reading to chuck our 1Ghz iMac. Thank God.
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My dad has noticed the screen on his 1.33 GHz Superdrive is clearer and crisper. After running every task in OnyX, I am noticing major speed increases.
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My dad has noticed the screen on his 1.33 GHz Superdrive is clearer and crisper. After running every task in OnyX, I am noticing major speed increases.
I havn't installed it here at home yet but i did install it at my Quicksilver machine at work. Everything went fine except it through my display resolution off on my second monitor? I did some research afterwards and found that i was not the only one who had that problem :confused:

ohwell - I plug my Powerbook here at home into a second monitor aswell. Wonder if it'll through that one out of wack too? :p
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