Linked by David Adams on Fri 30th Nov 2007 19:26 UTC, submitted by netpython
Editorial In a PC Magazine opinion piece, Oliver Rist makes note of some deficiencies in Apple's new OS, declaring, "Before Apple makes any more smug OS-related attacks on Microsoft, it ought to take a good look in the mirror."
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RE[2]: Blah blah how silly
by ArcadeFX on Sat 1st Dec 2007 12:47 UTC in reply to "Blah blah how silly"
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I have a Macbook Pro running Leopard and have no issues. I've installed Leopard on several Macs without an issue.

The software used on my personal one is: Adobe Web Premium CS3 (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, etc), OpenOffice v2.x, Filezilla, Eclipse IDE for PHP, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Firefox, XAMPP with (Apache, MySQL, PHP5), Opera 9.x, Joost, GCC, etc.

Vista isn't too awful. I can use it without an issue (just need 2gb ram). However, I hear a lot more bad things about it than good from customers.

Customers keep wanting to go back to XP and the most common complaint: Why does it keep asking me questions every time I want to play with the settings (control panel for one)? UAC you are a pain, but I understand your existence, but dang!

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