Mac OS X 10.6 also called as Leopard, it is the sixth chief release of Mac OS X, Apple’s desktop and server OS for Macintosh systems. On October 26, Mac OS X Leopard released for the users as the successor of the previous Tiger OS. Mac OS X Leopard is available in two variants, first is the desktop version that is suitable for PC and the second is server version, i.e Mac OS X Server. Leopard is the last version of Mac OS to support PowerPC chips.
Compared to earlier version of Leopard, it has been enhanced and contains over 300 applications. Developer tools, applications and operating system components were included in Mac OS X Leopard. In addition, it is drastically revised desktop with a redesigned Dock, Stacks, a semitransparent menu bar with an updated Finder, which incorporates the cover flow visual navigation interface first seen in iTunes. Other features include support for writing 64-bit graphical user interface applications, an automated backup utility called Time Machine.
Mac OS X Leopard also included few improved features like better music, file sharing and searching, and parental controls. In addition, 'Spaces' which enables users to group applications and windows, iChat, and more were also added to this version. This Leopard OS also features “Boot Camp” which enables the users to install a copy of Windows on Intel-based Macs. However both operating systems cannot run at the same time.
Mac OS X Dock Items
Instant Screen Sharing from the Finder: With Mac OS X 10.5 you can start an interactive screen sharing session with other Macs users on your network. For this, just select the Mac from your sidebar and (if authorized) you can see and control the Mac as if you were right in front of it. With this you can even change a system preference, publish an iPhoto library, or add a new playlist to iTunes.
Click on the given link to retrieve deleted files from Mac Leopard.