BTW Leopard is actually a version of OS Xziggadabuzz said:I have a 14" iBook G4, and I love it. But the new OS coming out sounds pretty awesome. When it does, is it possible to put Leopard on my iBook? I don't really get how that works.
Yes, Leopard will run on your iBook.ziggadabuzz said:I have a 14" iBook G4, and I love it. But the new OS coming out sounds pretty awesome. When it does, is it possible to put Leopard on my iBook? I don't really get how that works.
Windows XP vs. Windows. Hot vs. heat. Gravity vs. the magnetic force that pulls things downwards.apfhex said:Leopard vs OS X is like... Mountain Dew vs Soda (well maybe some of you MD hatersif there are any herewouldn't consider it a soda ).
For the most part, no, the compiler takes care of the differences. For the edge cases (and there are edge cases), yes, they had to rewrite some parts.drochesaunders said:I've got a qu - am I right in thinking that software for Intel-based Macs has to be written differently to PowerPC-based Macs?
Right, Leotard for PowerPC and Tutu for Intel No, they can package the two together, and Apple have already done that with Tiger.If so, will there be two different versions to buy of Leotard?
no way tiger vs. leopard = win xp vs. win vistajosh.thomas said:Mac OSX is the name of the operating system as a whole, the standard I guess - like Windows from Microsoft.
The we have Tiger (the name of the current 'edition' of Mac OSX) like Windows has 'XP'.
Next we (Mac OSX users) have Leopard, and Windows has 'Vista'.
So, its Tiger vs. Leopard.