Mac OS X v10.1

Mac OS X v10.1 is also called  as Puma, is the second major release of Mac OS X, Apple’s desktop and server operating system. It superseded Mac OS X v10.0 and preceded Mac OS X v10.2. This Mac OS X v10.1 released on 25th September 2001 as a free update to version 10.0.

Mac OS X 10.1 “Puma” was well known for its translucent menus and preemptive multitasking. The main improvement in Mac OS X 10.1 is a performance boost across the board, with an importance on improving application launch time, as measured in bounces. Also, one of the most notable improvements is its support to DVD playback, for all those people watching movies on their PowerBooks and iBooks while on flights.

One other new feature that was introduced for Mac OS X 10.1 is automatic queue creation for USB PostScript printers which uses the TBCP. When you connect a USB PostScript printer to the Mac for the first time, a printer queue is created automatically, and the proper PPD is associated with that printer. If that printer's PPD is not available, then the Generic PPD will be automatically associated with that printer and queue.

System Requirements:

  • Supported computers: Power Mac G3, G4, G4 Cube, iMac G3, DV, eMac, PowerBook or iBook
  • RAM Required: 128 MB
  • Free Hard Drive: 1.5 GB

Salient features of Mac OS X v10.1

In order to improve overall system’s performance, Mac OS X v10.1 come up with new best and some improved features that are not enclosed in earlier version of Mac OS X

  • System-wide performance improvement that enhances consists, install server-side applications faster, decreases file transfer timings, and increase management response and printing times
  • Supports easier CD and DVD burning within finder and iTunes
  • Greater reliability with enhancement to Apple file services like, NetInfo and Directory service
  • Faster 3D works 20 percent faster compare to last version. The Open GL drives and handling were vastly enhanced in this version which modified a big improvement gap for 3D in the interface and 3D applications
  • Enhanced Apple Script interface now allows scripting access to many more system components, such as the Printer Center, and Terminal, thus improving the customizability of the interface. In addition, Apple introduced Apple Script Studio, which allow user to create full Apple Script application in a simple graphical interface

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