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2-12-2008 @ 9:10AM
Apple integrate their drivers into software updates so as to ensure that a given version (e.g. 10.5.2) of Mac OS X will always have the same underlying driver software. It's inconvenient for power users looking to eke that little bit more from their hardware, but it's also good for consumers in ensuring that drivers are perfectly stable (having been through a release test cycle with all the other components of the software update).
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