Apple has posted an Italian Language Update 1.0 for Mac OS X. The update "provides clarification regarding availability of iDisk after a .Mac trial membership has expired for Italian users."
iDisk is a component of the .Mac services; it offers personal online storage that's hosted on Apple's Internet servers. .Mac is Apple's subscription-only suite of Internet tools and services that's replacing the formerly free iTools. Available for US$99.95 per year, Apple's .Mac service offers customers 100MB of Internet storage capacity, hosting for home pages, the ability to share files and calendars via Apple's recently released iCal calendar application, file backup capabilities, anti-virus protection and e-mail service through IMAP, POP and Webmail-based services. .Mac has been made available to existing iTools for a reduced price of $49.95 for the first year.
The update requires Mac OS X 10.2 ("Jaguar"). It's a 216KB download.
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