Apple has released two International English updates for its operating systems ranging from System 7.6.1 to Mac OS 9.1.

Disk Burner 1.0.1 and Z-Macintosh Manager 1.4.1 are now available for download from Apple.

In Mac OS 9.1, Disk Burner 1.0.1 lets users master CDs using desktop icons, rather than through a disk-burning application. The software supports the internal drives pre-installed in Apple's current range. The solution only records single-session discs, so unused space is lost once a burning operation is complete.

This version of Disk Burner also supports a number of external CD-R drives, including selected models from Pioneer, Plextor, Sony and Yamaha. Visit the link above for a complete list of supported mechanisms.

Z-Macintosh Manager 1.4.1 can be used to manage client computers with Mac OS 7.6.1, Mac OS 8, or Mac OS 9 installed. The upgrade offers security and utility improvements for client-server Mac networks, including better support for printers, AppleTalk, Internet use and Multiple Users. It also offers a range of bug fixes.

Apple warns system operators to use the Macintosh Manager administration program to set up Users and Workgroups before installing Z-Macintosh Manager.