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Leopard is the New Vista

ninja_assault_kitten (883141) writes | more than 6 years ago

OS X 4

ninja_assault_kitten (883141) writes "Interesting rant from Oliver Rist of PC Magazine. He compares the catastrophy that is Vista to the recently released OSX Leopard. While clearly one is a lion and the other a cub, is does appear to be an apples to apples comparison and it's qutie sad. From the article, "...the fact that so many of the semi-important changes don't work, the fact that Apple turned a stable OS into a crash-happy glitz fest, or that the annoying, scruffy Live Free or Die Hard actor infecting my TV (and our Web site, by the way) is pretending that Leopard is better than Vista". Worth a quick read."

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link or it didn't happen $ (1)

larry bagina (561269) | more than 6 years ago | (#21526491)


Proofread before posting :) (1)

game kid (805301) | more than 6 years ago | (#21526595)

While clearly one is a lion and the other a cub, is does appear to be an apples to apples comparison and it's qutie sad.
Leopard must be really terrible if it makes cuties cry. Please Apple, think of the cuties!

RTFA!!!! (1)

russlar (1122455) | more than 6 years ago | (#21526627)

oh wait, we can't.
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