2:00 a.m. Oct. 1, 2002 PDT
For years, one of the big attractions of the Mac was the ability to customize the operating system. Users could completely overhaul the machine's interface, sometimes to the point where it was entirely idiosyncratic.
But all that has changed with OS X. Apple is trying to close the operating system to tweakers, a policy some critics think will ultimately do more harm than good.
I haven't used OSX a whole helluva lot, but one thing I like about PCs is that you can customize the interface. Can you still do that with OSX, or is this article totally bullmilk?
Don't get me wrong, I love the Aqua interface, but I like to be able to tweak it every once in awhile.