Some screenshots of Apple’s Snow Leopard have shown up online. The screenshots show that “Save as Web Application…” has been added to Safari 4 and Address Book now has hooks into Microsoft Exchange.
The “Save as Web Application” isn’t too surprising, with Google Gears and Firefox 3 now having similar functionality that web developers can use for their web applications. The Microsoft Exchange support is nothing new either since Apple has already said that Snow Leopard would have Microsoft Exchange support.
There really isn’t anything too surprising in these screenshots at all. But, we all know how much we enjoy looking at screenshots of OS X builds with the “About This Mac” up.