Apple today announced an upgrade to their systems management suite, Apple Remote Desktop 3. With over 50 new features, Apple has done it again stepping up a notch. As with all Apple products, I take the time to check out every aspect of the website Apple puts up for it. Remote Desktop 3 was no exception. I did notice something interesting though. On the tutorial listed “Easy Setup” , if you move the play head button to just past the triangle under the Finder face, the video is setting up a client computer and there is an additional System Preferences button I haven’t seen before. It says Processor and has a picture of a chip. Is this from a new Mac that has yet to be released, or a special development style one? Could they be installing it on a non-Apple computer?!
EDIT (April 21, 2006)
So one of my Apple Genius Bar friends clarified what the icon is for. When you install the XCode and other developer tools the processor icon shows up so developers can control how their applications work in multithread environments. Cool none-the-less.