Mac OS X 10.6.8 Helps With Lion Upgrade And Migration Issues

Migrating to Lion hasn’t been a straightforward process for everybody. We’ve already covered some of the most common issues), but if you haven’t made the shift yet, Apple has released a new version of Snow Leopard, 10.6.8, that might eliminate some of those challenges.If you haven’t upgraded already, you’ll definitely want to update Snow Leopard to Apple’s second try with version 10.6.8. This new supplemental update is said to remedy some of the Lion upgrade and migration issues users have encountered. If you haven’t installed Lion yet, be sure to run System Update first to get the newest version.

Apple Releases Revised Mac OS X 10.6.8 With Patch for Existing Users [MacRumors via The Next Web]

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