In addition to the releases of
iTunes, Apple’s new music application, and
Mac OS 9.1, Apple has posted a number of software updates from enhancing DVD-ROM performance to improving functionality of Carbon-based applications.
PowerMacG4 AGP Update 1.0 helps eliminate some wake from sleep issues and increases the reliability of the Rage 128 Pro graphics card in single processor 400MHz and dual processor 450MHz and 500MHz Power Mac G4 systems with Gigabit Ethernet.
DVD-ROM Firmware 1.0, places new firmware on the Apple DVD-ROM drive installed in iMac DV+, iMac DV Special Edition, and Power Mac G4 Cube computers. This update improves the audio extraction performance of your DVD-ROM drive.
AppleShare Client 3.8.8 fixes several problems, including DHX Authentication when used with longer than 8 character passwords; problem where clippings files containing AFP URLs with spaces were not being handled properly; and a problem preventing changing passwords using DHX in Network Browser or other client of the AFPSharedVolumeEnumerator API, to name just a few.
CarbonLib 1.2 delivers a number of new features for Carbon-based applications on Mac OS 8.6, all Mac OS 9 releases and Mac OS X.
Disc Burner 1.0, lets users create CDs using the built-in CD recorder.
Users are advised the Apple Software Update Web site is responding slowly as of late due to high volume.