Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 26th Jan 2006 02:52 UTC
Mac OS X OS X contains unpatched security flaws of a type that were fixed on alternative operating systems more than a decade ago, according to a security researcher credited with finding numerous bugs in Apple's increasingly popular platform.
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RE[3]: MacOS X x86
by someone on Thu 26th Jan 2006 19:40 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: MacOS X x86"
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Actually, that is not the case... Many OS X users are not very impressed by the latest user visible features in Tiger (ie. Dashboard and to an extent, Spotlight as well. This is seen from the # of dashboard disablers that have poped up). The underlying changes, such as Core Image, Core Audio, Core Data and older technologies such as Applescript are more important.

Also, note that Plasma is *very different* from Dashboard. It rethinks the way Desktop works while Dashboard is just an extension of the traditional concept of Desktop.

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