Mac OS X is 1 year old now. Happy Birthday !!! Here is an interesting artcile on Mac OS X on its birth day from Washington post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A6202-2002Mar23.html "That didn't mean most people would want to install Mac OS X when it shipped on March 24, 2001. But from that day on, the clock on this transition was running -- as Apple CEO Steve Jobs has repeatedly emphasized with a favorite analogy. The first major update, Mac OS X 10.1, followed in September -- six months after the launch, or 6 o'clock in Jobs's imagery. In January, at 9 o'clock, Apple made OS X (pronounced "10," not "X") the default operating system on new Macs. That means it's now 12 o'clock. Time's up! "