'Leopard' preview puts nice shine on Apple

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    Well, I think it's safe to say that I was a great deal more excited for leopard before the keynote than I am now. The only home-run in there is Time Machine, which I will probably buy an external hard drive just for that :)

    I did like this part of the article though:

    So true, Congratulations Microsoft, you have made me switch to Apple- and the more time that goes by, the more glad I am about that purchasing decision. Tiger is a dream to use, while the vista beta was a major pain in the ass to navigate- and forget about getting any work done with it. :rolleyes:

    Apple's marketshare has only one direction to go at this point. Thank-you Microsoft. If not for you, Apple would never have brought Steve back, and we would never have this wonderful OS that we have today. :D
     
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    Time Machine...

    ...so, how do I get INSIDE the Time Machine....it looks cool in there! :p

    I keep looking for NX-01 to fly past ;)
     
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    You'll need some pretty powerful drugs.
     
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    remember though he didn't tell us everything. he's holding some things "close to the vest"

    seeing how cool time machine was, i can only imagine what he has back in the top secret folder. now THAT gets me excited.
     
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    Did anyone else notice this?

    What does he know that we don't?
     
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    I'd imagine he's referring to BootCamp being included in Leopard. One of Steve's points was Integration : PhotoBooth2, FrontRow2 and BootCamp not beta, will be included as part of the standard Leopard release.
     

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