Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Oct 2005 09:01 UTC
Mac OS X Mac OS X 10.4.3 will weigh in at around 100MB and include more than 550 fixes and improvements, although unconfirmed reports have pegged this number at more than 1,000 when smaller, undocumented changes are included in the count. The latest seed added tweaks to CoreGraphics, CoreImage, and OpenGL, as well as iChat and WebKit, among other improvements.
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People in LOVE with Tiger are BLIND
by truckweb on Tue 25th Oct 2005 16:59 UTC
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I see many comments here having a bad score. Each of those comments are because someone said something bad about Tiger.

I LOVE OSX, but you can't go blind and think that OSX is bug free. It's not by hiding the problem that it will get fixed.

Grow up a little.

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Tuishimi Member since:

I preferred Panther over Tiger. But I like to remain at the leading edge of releases so... any problems I have are my own fault because I cannot wait for the next major bug release or until the version is stable. Oh well!


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protagonist Member since:

Looks like you got marked down because you dared to protest scoring. :-) I agree with your remarks. It is unfortunate that many people don't want to hear anything bad about their favorite OS what ever it might be. I can crash Tiger, but then I have never met an OS I couldn't crash. That doesn't make Tiger bad. Anyway, you are correct in your assertion that the problems will not be fixed in a timely manner if everyone turns a blind eye to the defects.

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