Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Oct 2010 19:02 UTC
Apple So, Apple held its usual autumn press get-together just now, and after a few rather uninspiring ones (to me, at least), they finally managed to blow me away, with the new MacBook Air (especially the 11.6" variant). They also gave a sneak peek at Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, which has... An App Store. An App Store Apple is going to open on Snow Leopard within 90 days.
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RE: an app store for mac?
by TheGZeus on Thu 21st Oct 2010 02:02 UTC in reply to "an app store for mac?"
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I'm glad there are people out there willing to give other operating systems a try.
I use (Debian GNU/)Linux exclusively on my laptops/workstations and have for years.
I used to think BSD was weird and stupid, but I just didn't 'get it'. It really is a different system.
The programs have the same basic purpose, and names, but different usages.
Even if Haiku is somewhat posix-compliant, it's still something else, which is cool!
It's still a single-user always-root system, but there are ways to get over that, and it's not necessarily bad, if you're not running too much that's networked.

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