OSX Snow Leopard
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|Mac OSX Snow Leopard|
|Common name||Mac OSX Snow Leopard|
|Also known as||10.6, Snow|
|First appearance||Summer 2008|
|Hair color||Light blue|
|Eye color||Light blue|
|Weapon(s)||Unknown, may be snow-related|
|Faction||House of Mac|
|Lineage||Mac OSX, Unix|
|System personified||Mac OSX 10.6 "Snow Leopard"|
|Debut||Aug 28 2009|
|Latest release||Circa 2011|
Mac OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard is the seventh release of Apple's popular Unix-based operating system. Released on August 28, 2009, Snow Leopard looks almost identical to its predecessor, OSX 10.5 Leopard; but with a number of internal system refinements, resulting in a more stable and powerful computing experience. Like Leopard, Snow Leopard meets the Single Unix Specification.
Snow Leopard-tan is depicted as an pale-looking young woman, with long, wavy light blue hair and eyes, very light skin, freckles and light gray leopard ears and tail. She usually wears a blue, grey and white outfit consisting of a sleeveless split-front dress, high collar, a ruffled white skirt and long gloves and leggings. Completing this look are boots and a hair bow.
Personality-wise, Snow Leopard-tan is mature, intelligent and tends to attract less trouble than her predecessor, Leopard, in large part due to the fact that she doesn't time-travel extensively like Leopard does. She's affable like her OSX sisters but tends to be less social. While her powers remain yet-unknown, it has been speculated that they may involve the ability to control snow.
In several OSC-produced stories and backstory concepts, Snow Leopard-tan and Leopard-tan are considered to be the same character at different points in time; while Leopard-tan originated in 2007, Snow Leopard-tan originated in the far-future but got stranded in 2009 during a time-machine mishap. Thus Leopard and Snow Leopard-tan exist together side-by-side in the present, two versions of the same person from periods in time.
History and Background
Refer to the Wiki article on OSX Leopard