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Tiger's Prowess

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well, seems like Apple has done it again. with the 4th installation of the OS X, Tiger has come out of production and onto store shelves. after endless promotion for years and year on my part, finally a product from Apple has come out which completely stands above the rest, once again. so instead, i've decided to attempt to find any sort of negative review on this Operating System, is appears that one doesn't exist. from CNET to CNN, New York Times to Business Week... there are no negative reviews. not only that, the technology world has stormed to make a purchase of this legendary upgrade. is it really worth it? www.engadget.com has also attempted to find a negative review and come up empty handed. their conclusion "maybe we will have to spring for a copy as well". having said that, i think it stands without a doubt that Windows is once again the follower in the game of Operating Systems, yet... they are the ones with the monopoly of followers. ultimately, it's who has the monopoly, and not who has the better product. follow the crowd? or stand above the rest? that is up to you. [equipbug]

don't take my word, check out this article: which also attempted to find that one bad word about Tiger.
and when you are finally convinced, check THIS page out.

two of two hundred new technology from Tiger: Core Audio and Core Image
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another popular one: Dashboard
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photo courtesy of www.apple.com
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