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Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24286

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Has anybody jumped on installing the Leopard OS on there Macs? I have seen a few features that I found to be really interesting. I'm really itching to buy it.

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Re: Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24368

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Well, that proofs that people aren't really interested in Mac's. At least on a networking forum, but I must say Mac has some really nice tools for networking with awesome GUI's.

Don't worry Macintosh, I still like using you!

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Re: Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24464

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You, and only you, Zippy... haha.
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Re: Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24484

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Haha!! :lol: I'm sure many more will come around.
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Re: Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24497

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And we will rid them!
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Re: Leopard OS 8 years 11 months ago #24508

I'm back! :D
I know it has been a long time, but I'm finally here.

Now back to answering some questions...

Zippy, if by now you have not installed Leopard I suggest that you do it. I've installed it on all my macs (3 of them, 2 G4s one Intel) and it runs like a breeze, ok my old ibook (g4 1GHz) isn't that fast but what do you expect from a 6 year old laptop...

On to the features, the one that I have enjoyed most is Quick Look. It's amazing how quickly you can go through a pile of files, that you had no idea what they were.

All other features are worth upgrading, so don't worry and take the plunge. I would advise you three things:
1) If you have more than one macs, buy the family pack
2) Make a Backup! Mac OS is trustworthy but you never know when disaster will strike.
3) A clean install is always better than an upgrade :wink:
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