VISTA and OS X are not the same. 2853
VISTA and OS X are not the same. 2854
Windows Vista has hundreds of new features, such as * an updated graphical user interface and visual style dubbed Windows Aero - eye candy * improved searching technology - not an amazing achievement on Windows, whose current search technology...
From the feature lists that I've seen published, that's almost literally the truth.
What the hell do you think Vista is if not XP, "warmed up a little"? And make no mistake, OSX 10.5 is a MAJOR upgrade adding many new features. It is NOT just a "dot" upgrade "bug fix" like you seem to have convinced yourself that it is. In the Apple world, "dot upgrades" ARE the major upgrades. Its the second dot that's a "tweak".
My Dell friend switched to Mac
Apple shipped 1.33 million Macs in the quarter ending June 30, 2006. It was their best Mac quarter ever. Jobs noted that the...
zara, you are, for some reason, obsessed with something called OS XI. I think that you must have some vague notion that Apple is using the same numbering convention that most software companies use. Whereby each WHOLE integer represents a "new version" of the OS and that the first decimal number after that is a major tweak or bug fix, and the second decimal number is a minor tweak. Nothing could be further from the truth. OSX is Apple's registered trademark for their OS, Just as Windows is M$' registered trademark for theirs and is NOT a version number like, for instance, "Photoshop 7". Apple's OSX version numbers start with 10.0, not X. Saying that OSXI is the next major upgrade to the Mac OS is a lot like saying that the next major upgrade to Windows is going to be Microsoft "Doors." No, my friend. When Apple exhausts the 10.x numbers with 10.9.x, they will be much more likely to call the next iteration "OSX, v.11.0" than "OSXI."
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