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Logitech Control Center 3.7 Drops Leopard, Gains Stability

6 May 2013 809 views No Comment

This latest Logitech Control Center update is modest in scope and is perhaps most notable for what isn't there.

Loved and loathed by millions. If you use a third-party mouse or keyboard with your Mac, there’s a very good chance that it wears a Logitech logo. This latest Logitech Control Center update is modest in scope and is perhaps most notable for what isn’t there.

• Logitech Control Center 3.7 (download)
— Updated logo
— Stability improvements
— Requires OS X 10.6.x or later

And, the missing piece is support for OS X 10.5. That said, according to Stat Owl, only about 9 percent of the Mac installed base is still running Leopard, which shipped in 2007 and was last updated in 2009.

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