Apple Inc.’s latest operating system software, Snow Leopard, will go on sale Aug. 28, reports the Associated Press. The Mac OS X version 10.6 software will debut at Apple’s retail stores and authorized resellers nationwide. Snow Leopard’s release comes days before its promised September launch. It precedes by two months the launch of Microsoft Corp.’s next operating system, Windows 7. Among Snow Leopard’s improvements is built-in support for Microsoft’s Exchange Server software, so Apple programs for eMail, calendars, and contacts could become more useful in enterprise settings. Apple said Snow Leopard is half the size of the previous version, freeing up to 7 gigabytes of storage space when installed. It requires a minimum of 1 gigabyte of RAM and runs on Macs using an Intel processor…

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