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To upgrade to Mac OS X Leopard, insert your installation disc and double-click Install Mac OS X. Then click Restart. Your computer restarts, and the Mac OS X Installer opens.
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Select a destination
Select your startup disk or the volume that has the version of Mac OS X you want toupgrade.
Select a volume. You may not be able to install Leopard on some volumes.
Look here for important information about the installation.
Click Options if you want to select a di"erent type of installation.
For additional information, see the Instructions folder on your installation disc.
4 Install Leopard
When you’re ready, click Install to begin installing MacOS X Leopard. When the installation is ﬁnished, your computer will restart.
Click Customize if you want to change what’s installed.
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From the menu to the Dock, Leopard introduces a great new look and Stacks—a brand-new way to stay organized.
Stacks provide a convenient way to get to yourdocuments. Folders already in the Dock become stacks automatically. To create a stack, drag a folder of documents to the Dock.
When you click a stack, the items appear in a grid or a fan above the icon.
The Downloads stack
The Dock includes a Documents stack and a Downloads stack. Items you download in Safari, Mail, or iChat always go to the Downloads stack so that you can ﬁnd themquickly.
The latest download appears here.
Click the Downloads stack to see items you’ve downloaded.
Stacks appear as a fan or a grid automatically based on the number of items in the stack. You can specify which style you want to use and change the stack’s sort order.
To customize a stack, position the pointer over the stack icon and then hold down themouse button until a menu appears.
See your ﬁles in Cover Flow and browse through them quickly.
Cover Flow lets you see your movies, presentations, PDF ﬁles, and more in large-size previews as you ﬂip through them.
Click this button for Cover Flow.
Move the pointer over an item to play a movie or see the pages of a document, for example.Drag the slider to thumb through your documents.
The Finder sidebar makes it easy to get to folders on your computer, shared computers on your network, and your saved searches.
Shared computers available on your network automatically appear here.
Commonly used searches are included in the sidebar, and you can add your own searches.
In aFinder window or the menu bar, use Spotlight to search for items on your computer. If you use the same search often, save it in the Search For section of the sidebar.
Type your search in the search ﬁeld. Click Save to add a Smart Folder to the sidebar.
See your search results in Cover Flow.
Shared computers on your network automatically appear in the sidebar so...