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Growl or Meow for Leopard?

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Initial post: 3 Nov 2007 12:33:11 GMT
P. Francis says:
So it's been a week since the launch of Leopard and I have to be honest and say it's been pretty seamless. As I stated in my first review the installation was very easy and it has really been just a case of learning the new features within Leopard. As I also stated in my earlier review there is no killer application for me although I have discovered a couple that I'm slowly warming to.

If you haven't tried it yet then the new Preview function is fantastic. The Skitch like ability to add comments, arrows to an image together with some of the image editing functions is a great step forward.
Also, and I know I dismissed it earlier, is Spaces. I normally keep my desktop pretty clean and uncluttered but there have been a couple of occasions when I've used Spaces to move between "desktops" and it's proved itself to be quite useful.
The new style Finder is also a big improvement, still not quite there for me though. If Apple could add something similar to the DropStack found in Path Finder then that would pretty much make me return to the Mac Finder. As it is though I think I'm going to stick with Path Finder for the present.
And lastly Quick Look, not something I was particularly excited over at Leopards launch, mainly because I keep my files and folders fairly organised but can definitely see that it might have its' uses.

So a week on and what do we think. Growl or meow for Leopard?

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Jan 2008 19:23:18 GMT
pc whizz says:
Its a meow for me i love leopard, Spaces and time-machine are my favorites
OS X will always rule windows will never take over!!!

In reply to an earlier post on 31 Jan 2008 05:24:17 GMT
D. Morgan says:
Leopard is incredibly smooth and polished, definitely worth the upgrade! Quicklook works in Pathfinder too which is great.

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Mar 2008 20:42:16 GMT
Wameadows says:
Our 6 year old G4 i-Mac died this week, I drove 70 miles to PC World in order to have my i-Mac health checked, and two and a half hours later I emerged carrying a new 20inch G5 Intel Core 2 duo Super Drive i-Mac ,came home,opened the box,plugged it in, loaded the new copy of Panther OS X 10.5 and have spent the weekend entranced, IT IS BRILLIANT. I am Such a Happy Kathryn. xxx
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