It's a shame new Mac Owners will never get to appreciate Snow Leopard

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by FooArk, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. FooArk macrumors 6502

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    It'll be like a story you tell your grandchildren. About the smooth SL. FAST. It worked. It made sense.

    This Lion stuff really aint for me man...
    :mad:
     
  2. advan031 macrumors 6502

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    Lion just came out, what do you expect? lol It's gonna be just as fast as SL when Apple release Liger as their "upgrade/patch":D
     
  3. davedude macrumors member

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    Lion runs faster on my MacBook Pro with SSD than it did on Snow Leopard.

    My whole family loves the "Launchpad" feature and all the cool trackpad gestures -- they all have Windows PC's (but I'm converting them slowly :D )
     
  4. barnetty macrumors member

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    its funny how no one remembers that almost all .0 versions have come out with some issues that are resolved through updates.

    I dont have much memory for SL as when i bought my new mac it already had many updates installed...but i remember installing leopard for the first time on my old mac and boy it was probably worse than anything i have seen here so far.
     
  5. frostmill macrumors newbie

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    I am a great fan of SL. I just upgraded to Lion and it is annoying to me as well. However, considering it is a new one and its features, Lion will be the Best OS apple ever made. Just wait for them to release the upgraded. The UI is amazing.
     
  6. kuebby macrumors 68000

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    So true. Since one small problem with the installation my experience has been very smooth, and I would say it seems faster than SL (especially 64-bit iTunes!). Some things will take a little getting used to (spaces in a straight line, using launchpad instead of spotlight) but they're not bad, just different.

    Some features I don't really see myself using though, like full screen apps... that's why I bought an iMac, so I don't need to do that...
     
  7. monaarts macrumors 65816

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    Lion is great! The people who don't like it are just those type of people who don't like change. Instead of bitching about it and just turning a feature off (such as natural scrolling), keep it on for a week and see what you think after the week is over.
     
  8. FroMann macrumors 6502

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    Lion just came out and has no updates, your always going to run into problems with a software launch and have to rely on your customers for feedback.
     
  9. LizKat macrumors 68040

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    What, now we have rites of passage for Mac OS releases?

    (thumbs back through timemachine in brain to recall similar mournful wailings over System 7... 9... Tiger.... )

    So skip the Lion adventure for now. Your next hardware will have some version of it installed already, and you'll probably like it better.
     
  10. Guardsix macrumors member

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    Geesh, how can you make an assessment of a new operating system that's only been out for a day? I went through WindowsME, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 and survived. Now I think I can surely survive Lion.

    BTW, I just bought my Macbook Pro 15" on 28 June 2011. I'm just getting used to the whole OS X thing but I can tell you that it's a lot better than what I've used in the past, i.e., Windows XXXX!

    Give Lion a chance...I'm sure it'll just ROAR someday! :)
     

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