posted by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Sep 2009 15:03 UTC, submitted by Hakime
IconArs Technica's John Siracusa has published his in-depth review of Mac OS X Snow Leopard. As always, this is the only review you really need to read. Great stuff, as usual - even if you don't care about or don't use Mac OS X. He concludes: "Snow Leopard is a unique and beautiful release, unlike any that have come before it in both scope and intention. At some point, Mac OS X will surely need to get back on the bullet-point-features bandwagon. But for now, I'm content with Snow Leopard. It's the Mac OS X I know and love, but with more of the things that make it weak and strange engineered away."
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