Updating from mac 10 1 5
The operating system was better received than Mac OS X 10.0, although critics claimed that the operating system was still lacking some features and was plagued with bugs.
Apple introduced many features that were missing from the previous version, as well as improving overall system performance.
released the fifth update to Mac OS X 10.1.x "Puma", Mac OS X 10.1.5.
The build numbers vary: 5S60 is the build number for the original 10.1.5 update, whereas 5S66 is the build number following the installation of Networking Update 1.0, and 5T91 was a build released for certain Macs, noticeably i Mac G4s.
The operating system was handed out for no charge by Apple employees after Steve Jobs' keynote speech at the Seybold publishing conference in San Francisco.
It was subsequently distributed to Mac users on October 25, 2001 at Apple Stores and other retail stores that carried Apple products.
When the short movie is completed, you’ll be directed through the setup process, where you can register your installation of OS X.
You will also be offered the opportunity to set up your Mac, and to sign up for a . Because this is an Archive and Install, Setup Assistant only performs the registration task; it doesn’t perform any major Mac setup tasks. You will be automatically logged in with the same account you were using before you started installing OS X 10.5, and the desktop will display.
When you’re ready to upgrade to Leopard (OS X 10.5), you will need to decide what type of installation to perform.
Other stability enhancements, security updates, and bug fixes are also included in the update, specified in the release notes below.