Apple releases second major update to Mac OS X Leopard
Apple has released Mac OS X version 10.5.2, the second major update to Leopard, which brings with it 80 specific fixes and improvements. Most notably, wireless connectivity is now more reliable and stability has been improved when running third-party applications.
Apple has also added an option to turn off the much-maligned translucent menu bar that was introduced in Leopard, along with adding a Time Machine menu bar option. 18 issues have been addresses in Mail, while another 8 were fixed in Finder. Mac OS X 10.5.2 is available now via Software Update.