Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 4th Jul 2008 05:10 UTC, submitted by Dan Warne
Mac OS X An opinion article at APCMag: "The focus of Snow Leopard is on core upgrades, not shiny new features. A bedrock focused update that delivers a streamlined, enhanced OS X. Stability. Efficiency. A "new generation of core technologies." All this is about raising the floor on the entire system. Multi-core optimization, support for 16TB RAM (yes, Terabytes), and a language to allow developers to tap the power of the graphics processor are just a few of the key upgrades. But you can't lift the floor and let people walk around where the floor used to be all at the same time. Not without leaving holes for a potential rising damp problem further down the track."
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RE[2]: what an idiot
by schoate09 on Fri 4th Jul 2008 16:39 UTC in reply to "RE: what an idiot"
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PPC OS X more integrated with it's processor than PPC linux?

Please, do not post unless you know the slightest bit about the programming you're talking about.

If it WERE more integrated, logic would say it should be running better, not worse than PPC linux.

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