Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Feb 2008 15:30 UTC, submitted by CIozzio
Mac OS X "Leopard started out with a generous share of first-version glitches, but almost all of them have now been resolved by the second of two automated updates, which brings Leopard up to version 10.5.2. Finally, Leopard is extravagantly overdressed for the jobs that it's designed to do, and its pervasive eye-candy starts out looking dazzling but soon becomes distracting. Fortunately, from the beginning, the OS started out with options that let you put it on a low-eye-sugar diet, and the latest update has even more."
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quartz 2d extreme?
by gelosilente on Thu 21st Feb 2008 16:34 UTC
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is quartz 2d extreme (sorry, don' t remember the new brand) finally enabled?
if not, there are rumors on it?

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RE: quartz 2d extreme?
by Kroc on Thu 21st Feb 2008 17:17 in reply to "quartz 2d extreme?"
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Applications can enable it for themselves upon request; Q2DE is not enabled system-wide by default because in some instances it actually slows down apps unless they are architected in a way that compiments heavy GPU offloading.

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RE[2]: quartz 2d extreme?
by gelosilente on Thu 21st Feb 2008 17:48 in reply to "RE: quartz 2d extreme?"
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by the way, did do you know if ms office 2008 can do that?

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