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Apple grooms Panther OS X

The Mac maker updates its Mac OS X operating system, also known as Panther, with revamped disk-burning and disk-recording features.

Apple Computer on Wednesday released an update to its Mac OS X operating system, also known as Panther. Apple said that the Version 10.3.4 update "delivers enhanced functionality and improved reliability" and recommended that all Panther users upgrade their systems.

Among the changes, Apple said the new version offers improved disk-burning and disk-recording functions, better file-sharing, new graphics drivers and updates to the Address Book, Mail, Safari and QuickTime programs. The software also incorporates the company's already released security patches. The revamp is available through Panther's software update feature and via download from Apple's Web site.