dumb question about the "about stacks" pdf file

Discussion in 'macOS' started by maccurious, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. maccurious macrumors newbie

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    okay so i'm new on the forum, and im also a recent switcher to mac. when i got my macbook pro last month, i got the snow leopard upgrade disc in the package. so i upgraded to snow leopard. but here's my question: in the dock, the default stacks are documents and downloads, and they each contain at first a pdf file that's called "about stacks" and "about downloads". when you open it it describes what it's about but it starts with "welcome to mac os X leopard".

    even after upgrading, the pdf files still say leopard.
    so i just wanted to know why those didnt update. and i know i have snow leopard because i checked the "about my mac" and plus when i log on to the guest account the pdf files say welcome to snow leopard...

    i realize this isnt really crutial, i was just curious and plus i'd just like to feel updated lol.
     
  2. HLdan macrumors 603

    HLdan

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    I'm surprised I still had those PDF's, I usually trash them upon installation of OS X. Both my downloads and document PDF's state "Welcome to Mac OS X Snow Leopard".
    Honestly, don't worry about it, as long as "About this Mac" says Mac OS X version 10.6 you're fine. Although I will tell you that I didn't do the upgrade, I did a clean install of SL which is probably why you still had the old Stacks PDF's.
     
  3. Morod macrumors 68000

    Morod

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    I upgraded to SL from Leopard. After reading your post I checked my About Stacks PDF. It says welcome to mac os X leopard also.
     

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