Exelent Leopard Review

29 10 2007

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It’s been two years, five months and 26 days since Apple Inc. last released a new operating system — the longest gap between releases since the company first released Mac OS X six years ago. Mac OS X 10.5, better known as “Leopard,” hits store shelves six months after it was initially expected — and more than a year and a half after Apple CEO Steve Jobs first showed it off in mid-2006.

So, is it worth the wait? And, more important, is it worth the $129 price tag? For Mac users, the answer to that question depends on whether they’re happy with the current OS, Version 10.4 “Tiger,” whether they’re using hardware that can run Leopard, and whether they’re brave enough to install a .0 version of any operating system. (Just ask Windows Vista users about that.)

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