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The Rosetta dynamic translator that lets PowerPC apps run on an Intel-based Mac is optional and not installed by default on Snow Leopard. While there are Intel versions of most applications available today, for people like me who still have PowerPC uti
A potential cache corruption may prevent applications from launching after certain OS X updates.
Better, but needs more work.
Web Sharing in OS X is a simple way to set up a personal Web server, but some OS X Lion users have found the service will not start up properly for them.
There may be a situation in Snow Leopard where opening a file either in the Finder or in the Dock will not open them in the default application. The application may launch and then become unresponsive without loading the application.
In the wake of the latest OS X Trojan, a new one has surfaced that disguises itself as an Adobe Flash Player installer.
Is Apple working feverishly to co-opt Windows?
There are many times when in our articles we will mention "General Maintenance" as part of a troubleshooting routine. If you are having software issues, either with third-party applications or the Mac OS itself, giving the computer a virtual scrub-down will many times help, or at least give you a cleaner slate upon which to do more in-depth troubleshooting.
If update_prebinding itself fails, you may be able to fix it.
Web Sharing failure and Security Update: A follow-up