Today morning I bought the new Mac OS X version 10.6, named Snow Leopard, at Canadian $ 40.00 with taxes. The installation is really simple. You just pop the disk in, select a couple of options and then about 40 minutes later, you are good and running the new OS.
Here are a few pictures and screen shots (click on the image for viewing in original size).
Notice the available disk space. We will see later if after installation, as promised, some disk space is restored back or not.
During installation, click customize to select the items you don’t want to install.
The welcome screen. It is same as Leopard.
Scrollable stacks in grid view.
Browsing folders in the stacks.
New QuickTime Player.
Trimming frames in QuickTime Player.
Voila! 10 Gb disk space returned back!
Options in the dock icons.
Expose, for the individual application, is fired when you click hold the dock icon.