Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 9th May 2009 09:58 UTC
Apple Since it's weekend, which usually equates to no news, we figured we'd follow in Engadget's footsteps by asking you, our dear and loving readers, what you would change about Apple's current Mac Pro. Engadget readers already had a few things to say - this is the internet after all. And since this is OSNews, we add a question of our own: what would you change about Mac OS X?
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RE[2]: Customizable OS X
by drstorm on Sun 10th May 2009 11:38 UTC in reply to "RE: Customizable OS X"
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Interesting... Considering the fact, Macintosh was years ahead Windows and, implemented those widgets that way... Windows implemented differently to differentiate (To the right, and not to the left).

Windows originally had the close button on the left. (You had to double click it, though.) It might be true that it was moved to the right in order to be different from Mac.

But if you see it closely, it is just a matter of taste.

I couldn't agree more. It doesn't matter who is historically "right". What matters is allowing people to use their computers the way they are used to, and the way they like.
Linux is probably the best in this respect. Unfortunately, it is usually difficult to make it work just right for you, but once you get it right, it's great. ;)

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