Apple seedeed Build 10A261 to a group of developers in the starting of february.The latest build 10A261 doesn’t have any noticeable change with respect to last release Build 10A222. We also talked about that Apple is going to add Quicktime Pro @ Free of cost in Snow Leopard. QuickTime Pro unlocks has features like advanced recording, sharing, saving and exporting video.Apple’s “ProApplications” (e.g. Final Cut Studio, Logic Studio). Now After leaking the seed notes of Snow Leopard build 10A261 World of Apple published a set of pictures of the upcoming OS X Snow leopard features. World of Apple also revealed that, there’s an option now to open applications in 32 bit mode.Take a quick look below.
World of Apple has found more than stability improvements within the latest Snow Leopard build, which also indicates development is coming along. Some of those findings include:
1- “Minor UI changes” to the System Preferences
2- The Keyboard Shortcuts Preference pane is now considerably easier to use
3- Application footprints in Snow Leopard are significantly reduced. Almost all of the applications have been rebuilt in Cocoa and 64 bit
4- The majority of running processes are now Intel (64 bit)
5- The new Put Back feature allows deleted files to be returned to the folder they were deleted from
6- You can now navigate the folder structure in Stacks.