All this trouble Apple is having fixing Mac OS X for their select few machines makes me wonder how Windows can run *at all* on so many different pieces of hardware.
A few examples:
•In 10.2 there was a ”sudden logout...
Originally Posted by Adam Venier
Still whining? Try a Hackintosh.
I already did.
It works better than I thought it would, but still not without (rather minor) issues here and there and I had to spend quite some...
I know it's been asked thousand times before, but dear Apple – please stop insist only using the Xeon processors from Intel!
Why don't give us a desktop Mac that use the same processors from Intel that can be put in more...
Originally Posted by Mario
And it still won't be able to animate smoothly 2 dashboard widgets with a freaking GTX 285. That's some criminally negligent programming at Apple.
Running OS X on these is such a waste of perfectly...
Originally Posted by monstrosity
I think I'm the only person who is NOT happy with snow leopard. My laptop is slow as hell thanks to it.
And I hate the way expose come on automatically when I hover a file over the...
Originally Posted by Maximara
If the Onlive idea takes off that could change.
As for consoles not offering a mouse/keyboard solution that is not true
Total time searching 1 minute via google (Console keyboard [name of...
Originally Posted by David Steuber
That could be a mistake on their part. Given the level of software piracy, isn't it possible that OS X versions (of good quality) of games could bring in the same revenues as the Windows...
Originally Posted by DJRumpy
I see nothing in this thread that points to Apple admitting fault in this case. I see someone indicating that they believe it's Apple's responsibility, but this type of finger pointing is common when...