- More Support for the Faster 64-bit Computers
- Installation Has Been Renovated and Simplified
- Improvements to Finder, Dock, and Expos
- It Plays Nice on Corporate Networks with Microsoft Exchange Support
- Even More Processing Enhancements
- New Editing Features in QuickTime X
- Getting Snow Leopard on Your Mac
Improvements to Finder, Dock, and Exposé
Snow Leopard's small list of visual changes to the user interface includes the Finder, Dock, and Exposé.
The Finder now sports live file previews. You can watch a video clip, page through a document, and preview other files without having to open the application or even hit the space bar for the Quick Look.
Exposé is now integrated into the Dock. Click and hold an application's icon in the Dock and you'll see an Exposé for all the windows for that application. This has its own name, too: Dock Exposé. If you drag a file to an application's icon, you can pick each window to put it in.