According to MacWorld, Apple is set to launch a massive 400 MB update of Leopard. Some 100 bugs for 40 system applications — including AirPort, Back To My Mac, Automator, the OS X Firewall, Dashboard, Dock, Finder, graphics drivers, iCal, iChat, iDisk, Safari, Mail, Spotlight, and Time Machine — will be addressed.
This is already the second update for Leopard, which was only released in late October. Of course, Apple has issued rapid updates in the recent past — including eight for QuickTime last year.
Four-hundred megabytes of updates. That’s eight versions of Damn Small Linux. At once.