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Re: Tiger Lives Up to Hype
Posted by: Ridzwan A.Rahim 2005-07-08 11:11:05
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Well I'll be darned. It appears that Apple has been churning out new versions of its operating system, Mac OS X, on a yearly basis. We've had Cheetah and Puma in 2001, Jaguar (2002), Panther (2003) and now Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, which is the only one to take longer than a year to develop. This idea of an annual OS upgrade may seem foreign to Windows users, given that they have been using Windows XP since 2001 and the next version of Windows, codenamed Longhorn, will not ship until next year.


Re: Tiger Lives Up to Hype
Posted by: iMac400 2005-07-10 13:02:10 In reply to: Ridzwan A.Rahim
Tiger works very well on my G3 iMac DV400 SE, which I purchased late December 1999. It is a big improvement over Jaguar (much faster). It really gave new life to this poor old machine. Adding RAM is a definite must. 768mb seems to do the job.
Matt

Re: Tiger Lives Up to Hype
Posted by: Stormbringer 2005-07-08 11:13:04 In reply to: Ridzwan A.Rahim
"given that they have been using Windows XP since 2001 and the next version of Windows, codenamed Longhorn, will not ship until next year."
What do you mean? I get a new xp every Tues. with auto update.
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