Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Jun 2009 22:44 UTC
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y With Snow Leopard finally been given a release date and a price, the comparisons with Windows 7 are starting to pop up all over the place, especially focussing on the price aspect of things. While Apple's move to price Snow Leopard at 29 USD for Leopard owners is a very welcome one, the move doesn't mean that Microsoft is getting a price beating from Apple.
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corbintechboy
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2006-05-02

I think the fact as to whether IE 8,9 or whatever works with 2000 is moot. Look at browser market share, it is really easy to see that the browser that holds the top position actually works on 2000.

Backwards compatibility is a good thing. Whomever says it isn't has much deeper pockets then I. I would also like to say that support for older hardware is growing in the Linux market.

There should always be a place for any older hardware! This keeps the landfills from having piles upon piles of working machines there.

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