Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Oct 2005 09:01 UTC
Mac OS X Mac OS X 10.4.3 will weigh in at around 100MB and include more than 550 fixes and improvements, although unconfirmed reports have pegged this number at more than 1,000 when smaller, undocumented changes are included in the count. The latest seed added tweaks to CoreGraphics, CoreImage, and OpenGL, as well as iChat and WebKit, among other improvements.
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Very seriously, people
by alcibiades on Tue 25th Oct 2005 14:17 UTC
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Thank you all so much for posting.

This is a real eyeopener and it will definitely change my recommendations. I have had problems with my Mandrake 10.x installations - not in use, just the upgrades (whether done by clean installs or not), but I never had anything like what is being described here, and I don't know how I would cope with it. The need to reinstall the OS from scratch just because of using the Finder? What do you do if you're trying to support this sort of thing and you get a phone call, get in a car and start driving?

I read this thread thinking, thank heaven they all so far have had financial constraints and/or existing hardware, so they haven't listened when I told them Macs were a serious possibility, and would just go in and work. Not something I'll be saying again for quite a while!

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