Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Dec 2007 10:23 UTC, submitted by Francis Kuntz
Mac OS X "No one is unhappy with Mac OS X Version 10.4, known as Tiger. OS X is not an application platform that needed repair, speeding up, or exterior renovation. Motivations for major upgrades of competing system software - roll-ups of an unmanageable number of fixes, because the calendar says it's time, or because users are perceived to have version fatigue - don't apply to OS X. People buy Macs because the platform as a whole is perfect, full stop. Leopard is a rung above perfection. It's taken as rote that the Mac blows away PC users' expectations. Leopard blows away Mac users' expectations, and that's saying a great deal."
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How can any software be perfect?
by Gorgak on Tue 4th Dec 2007 13:05 UTC
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After using my Mac for about year now, I'm seriously considering switching (back) to Linux. The completely inflexible window management drives me nuts, and the less I have to use the dock, the better.

But oh, I'm sorry, now I see that it's "perfect". I guess I'll have to try harder to adapt to my machine (here I was thinking that it should be the other way around).

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