Apple on Monday released Mac OS X v10.3.5, available for download through the Software Update system preference pane. The new version of Mac OS X “delivers enhanced functionality and improved reliability,” according to Apple, which recommends it for all users.
Key changes in this release include improved support for NTFS formatted volumes, improves reliability for user logins and mounting of home directories in a networked environment, updated ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers, improved Bluetooth compatibility for Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mouse and Bluetooth phones, additional FireWire and USB device compatibility, improved font management, updated Mail and Image Capture applications, improved compatibility for third party applications and previously posted standalone security updates, according to Apple.
Apple also references a
knowledge base entry which purportedly contains information about the update, but that link was not working as MacCentral posted this article.