Article on Tiger at Arstechnica

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  1. strider42 macrumors 65816

    strider42

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    I just saw this and found it relaly interesting: http://arstechnica.com/reviews/os/macosx-10.4.ars

    Its very tech heavy and a bunch went over my head, but it does really shed some light on some of the really important changes that were implemented in Tiger. For instance, there is an entire section onhow the kernal behaves with multiple threads and hwot he changes made in Tiger will be very beneficial for multiple processor (or multiple core) systems. and the section about the declaration of stable API's and how it affects edvelopers. They detail some aesthetics, some technical stuff, and give a lot of insight into how much under the hood stuff is in tiger. I found it intersting anyway and wanted to share it.
     
  2. adam1185 macrumors regular

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    Heh, it's very very detailed. The html version is 22 pages, and the pdf is something like 106.
     
  3. strider42 thread starter macrumors 65816

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