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