Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 7th Aug 2006 20:42 UTC
Apple Jobs introduced today Mac OS X Leopard, built-to-order Xeon-based Mac Pros and XServes. We attended the keynote and we just posted some pictures below. We loved these new Mac beasts, plus Time Machine looked really cool. The rest of the OSX features were mostly evolutionary.
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RE[5]: Spaces
by subterrific on Mon 7th Aug 2006 23:20 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Spaces"
subterrific
Member since:
2005-07-10

Virtual desktops has been an integrated part of KDE and GNOME for years. Both are used for commercial desktops which millions of people use.

From what we've seen so far of Spaces, it is nothing new. Apple is copying the industry and then making fun of others for "copying" them. Their behavior is really lame.

Edited 2006-08-07 23:22

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RE[6]: Spaces
by Nelson on Mon 7th Aug 2006 23:22 in reply to "RE[5]: Spaces"
Nelson Member since:
2005-11-29

I agree, they need to drop the whole "I need to find ways to give my OS buzz so lets claim you copied me" act. It's really irritating especially when they go and do the exact same thing.

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RE[6]: Spaces
by binarycrusader on Mon 7th Aug 2006 23:31 in reply to "RE[5]: Spaces"
binarycrusader Member since:
2005-07-06

Virtual desktops has been an integrated part of KDE and GNOME for years. Both are used for commercial desktops which millions of people use.

Hence why I said mainstream commercial desktop. Also, we have no hard proof that "millions" of people are using commercial KDE/GNOME desktops ;) I say this as a Linux (since 1994) and Solaris user.

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RE[7]: Spaces
by Eugenia on Mon 7th Aug 2006 23:33 in reply to "RE[6]: Spaces"
Eugenia Member since:
2005-06-28

Desktop Linux has about 2% of market share worldwide. That's about 15 million users right there. And then there are the on-off users. Bottomline, it is not a brand new feature in its heart. Why do we still debate about this?

Edited 2006-08-07 23:37

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