The New MAC OS X Leopard will change your life
November 21, 2007 11:37pm CST
The new MAC OS X Leopard is the newest on APPLE and for me is the most impressive OS I've ever seen in my entire life. You can do almost everything and I mean almost everything because the tools within it are all connected. You will see what I mean when you get your hands on it. I have been an avid user of windows since 2001 but now I'm beginning to look the other side which is the new MAC Leopard. The guy who demonstrate some of the new features of the new Leopard nearly took him 3 hours. It was an amazing and it really was impressive when he point out some of the great features like the TIME Machine, its like you're really been taken back in time and see everything like a pile of tiles. I believe restoring back your back your data is the most important thing if you live your life with the computer. The next thing is the SPOTLIGHT and FINDER. Here's what it can do, when you search for certain keyword it will search for files which contain that keyword and the most amazing thing is that it also looks for that keyboard within a certain document. So if type in GREGORIANS in your document then it will find that keyword, amazing isn't it? Just take a look a bunch of features about MAC Leopard in youtube then you'll see why you'll love it.
• United States
22 Nov 07
Glad you like it. Do make sure you turn the firewall ON; Leopard has it turned off by default, a HUGE mistake. ZDNet and others have been roasting Apple mercilessly for that one. I've been a Microsoft user since DOS 5, some time back in the 80's. I chose the PC path over the Mac path because you could walk right into any electronics store and buy replacement parts for a PC. Macs are proprietary, making them both limited and expensive. :( Just recently, I started to broaden my horizons by experimenting with another operating system, but not Mac OS. My machine is now dual-booted with the latest version of Ubuntu Linux, which now supports WPA and didn't require terminal commands to install my printer. I still have XP, for all those odd projects people ask me to do here and there, but I have a lightweight Linux system for personal use that speeds happily along, never needs to be defragmented, and notifies me of updates for a vast majority of my software. Now if ReactOS would hurry up and release a stable version, I might replace Linux and Windows completely. The other possibility is Solaris, who wants to be "everybody's friend." I have to backup my hard drive before I go there, but I'll be giving that one a try before too long. Salute!