I don't want to nitpick too much, because so far I have been loving my new PowerBook G4. This is the best computer I have ever owned period, but I am just a little mystified by one thing that I thought Apple would do better on: Tooltips. Say what you want about Windows, there is one thing that dramatically decreases the learning curve new users have with the OS: Tooltips. You can hover your mouse over almost any icon or button in any application and within a second you'll get a tooltip that will explain in simple language what that button does before you click on it. Apple seems to have never found a need for this feature. A lot of functionality in Mac OS X just does not support tooltips. You have to blindly click on a button or icon not knowing what irreversible action it might perform. This is especially frustrating in the Safari browser. A lot of websites support Tooltips and by hovering over a graphical image of a button or pixmap you get a text description of what will happen if you click on it. Is there any way to enable this in Safari? Safari is a great browser and is incredibly fast, but the useability is not quite as good as IE6 on Windows XP (yet). I fully expect it to surpass IE and in some ways it already does (tabbed browsing). I really thought that Apple, being the leader in useability and Human Interface Guidelines would have adopted Tooltips wholeheartedly. Are there any hacks that enable more Tooltips in Mac OS X? --edited for punctuation.