Any time a new operating system comes out, there are bound to be incompatibilities. So it’s no shocker that Apple has published a list of stuff that’s not compatible with its new Mac OS X Snow Leopard, which ships today.
This includes versions of Parallels Desktop, which lets you run Windows on a Mac; antivirus software from McAfee and Norton; AT&T Laptop Connect Card software; some drivers; and even some Apple software, such as old versions of Aperture and Keynote.
Here’s Apple’s list >
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