The other three included kexts are merely updated versions of previous kexts, though they do have their own benefits; the new is placed in /Extra/, the new Voodoo is simply updated version, and the updated Voodoo works with 10.6.4.
**Update : Apple did release a Mac App Store update for Snow Leopard, but I’m not convinced this means that they are still supporting Snow Leopard.
I believe this is just a small tweak so that the upgrade path to the latest OS continues to work** With the last round of updates for Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion, Apple appears to have left Snow Leopard off of the update list.
If you would like to make use of these wallpapers on a Mac not running Lion, just head to this Deviant Art page.
When dual-booting OS X Lion and Snow Leopard, I found that the one feature I missed in Snow Leopard the most was the ability to swipe left or right to move between Spaces.
Apple has never announced end-of-life for products, so it’s left up to the consumer to notice when Apple no longer releases security updates. If you’re still running OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8, you may have already seen your last security update.
In other words, if a security hole is discovered, your computer may be vulnerable to attack. This is what I recommend because it means that your computer will be receiving the attention from Apple that keeps your computer safe.It also means that application developers will be more likely to discontinue Snow Leopard support, leaving you missing out on new features and security updates from third-party applications. Any Mac since about 2007 is capable of running Lion 10.7 or later, though you may need to give your computer a simple and inexpensive RAM (memory) upgrade.Power PC or 32-bit Intel Macs can’t be upgraded though, and may need to be retired or you may need to be extra careful. If you simply must stay with Snow Leopard because you run a legacy program or because you can’t afford to replace your computer, you can do things such as disable unused services, turn on your firewall, and check your router settings. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. Before June 2009, not a great deal was known about the latest OS X other than being called "Snow" or in some quarters as "Snow Leopard" (or even S10 for the really geeky person out there with nothing much better to do in life) and the fact that Apple has recommended users get the latest Intel Macs as they contain the latest graphics processing unit (GPU) to help give a performance boost to the OS.For these users and for Snow Leopard users too, the popular and free Drop Copy application for Mac and IOS makes sharing files a breeze.