Why doesn't Apple start making operating systems for x86 PC's 17414
Below you talk about subjective opinions... I would love to see you support your above claim with anything *other* than your subjective opinion.
What OS would you like to compare the Mac OS to? It is far from perfect, but I know of no better UI (include the OS and the common apps that run on it).
If one defines what one means by a good user experience it is no longer fully subjective. There are some things that, to me at least, clearly show OS X as having a good UE. Here are just some:
* limited dependency on a second mouse button for general use * ability to select what application is opened by default on a per-file basis * Auto-selection of folder on move to parent * Clipboard viewer * Color Selection tools
Etc. For a more complete list (though one that is not as focused), see:
It only compares OS X and XP... not Linux.
Why doesn't Apple start making operating systems for x86 PC's 17413
Apple and Sun have both tried to offer systems for Intel. Both were unable to compete...
Linux...Great if you have tons of free time and a tolerance for unstable APPLICATIONS
On Tue, 21 Jun 2005 19:51:41 -0400, flatfish+++ Absolutely! Uh? You've lost me here. Doesn't happen on my boxen. Because they already provide functionality at...
No - they do not. The fact that you think so shows that you are not talking about what users actually need to do.
One: Are you certain Xerox came up with all of those? Two: even if the actions were the same, the interfaces are quite different.
What do you mean by "power and flexibility"? Depending on how you define your terms, Macs may have much *more* of that than Windows, at least, and Linux, perhaps.
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