Image gallery: First look at Leopard

Get a look at Mac OS X 10.5's new features, applications and user interface

Part 1: What's new in Leopard  |  Part 2: What's new in Leopard Server  |  Part 3: Time Machine
Part 4: User accounts and file sharing  |  Part 5: Apps and system tools

Editor's note:
Part 1 of this image gallery accompanies our story "In Depth: Apple's Leopard leaps to new heights."
Part 2 of the gallery accompanies "What's new in Leopard Server."
Part 3 accompanies "Inside Time Machine: Backups for the rest of us."
Part 4 accompanies "User accounts and file sharing in Leopard."
Part 5 accompanies "Leopard apps and system tools offer subtle, yet powerful, changes."


Accounts system preferences. With Leopard, Mac OS X lets administrators create groups of users, which makes it easier to assign permissions to files and folders.

Accounts system preferences. With Leopard, Mac OS X lets administrators create groups of users, which makes it easier to assign permissions to files and folders.


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