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Discussion in 'macOS' started by MikMac, Jan 10, 2008.
I'm dissappointed with Leopard.......
See it here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=pE0pF1UPI3M
Well that was nearly a waste of a minute or two.
Fortunately The Doors kept my interest.
Yep.. totally agree!!
Then don't use it. That video does not warrant a protest. Macs just like Windows PC's are computers. There will be software crashes. R U looking for perfection or a zero crash experience, if so then use your head for number crunching and not a machine.
I have never gotten a kernel panic with Leopard but apps do crash from time to time. I would like to know what system you used that was perfect and never experienced an application crash or system crash.
Normally I wouldn't respond to this but your kind of post starts an unnecessary snowball effect.
Note: A necessary protest might be if we all just laid down cash for Leopard and it doesn't work at all on anyone's Mac.
Kernel Panic messages are amusing. It reminds me of windows.. for example....
It says press the restart button... what restart button? no Mac has a restart button. It's a power button.
And if they mean from within the menu's... how can you restart when the screen is all dimmed. Everything becomes renderless. Until its been restarted. Then you can access the menus.
Which comes to the part that it reminds me of windows when it says, no mouse detected, click restart to restart the computer or along those lines.
[Edit] The Safari crashing is quite reproducible while browsing IMDB.com, any other time it hardly crashes.
Can I charge you for my time that was wasted watching that?
EDIT: Well that just worked
Dude.... whatever the hell you have done to that Macbook....Undo it... your screwing things up.
Reload leopard and stop downloading porn and free software tweak apps.
Safari crashing is NOT Leopard crashing.
And that KP at the end looked like my Tiger KP, are you sure it was a Leopard one?
If so, not once did the boring vid show Leopard crash.
Sorry man. Lame.
Been using Leopard since day one on three machines at home, I've never seen a kernel panic.
I work as a Mac SysAdmin, never seen one single kernel panic on Leopard. Not one. In fact, since the latest update, I haven't seen Safari crash either for a long time.
Whatever you're doing to your Mac, stop and learn how to do it properly.
If you do things properly on any system, it will work really well. It will never crash, never make you loose any files.
I thought the whole point of the mac "just works" slogan is that you don't really have to watch your hand - that the mac won't let you do anything bad? I mean, we're not talking about reality here - we're talking about apple marketing, right?