Originally Posted by Marvin
"OS X Lion security flaw allows anyone to change your password"
OK but should it be possible for a simple user to change passwords, even with physical access to the machine?...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Exclusive: With Intel's next-generation Core i-Series mobile platform not expected until the second quarter of 2012, Apple is reportedly preparing a refresh of its professional notebook line...
Congratulations on your purchase and enjoy your all new iMac!
Just one comment on something you said previously:
Originally Posted by tchguruw/opinionsaboutevrythng
Haven't worked with either, and I get the impression...
Originally Posted by Mr. Me
The OP asked his question. He received an answer to his satisfaction. What purpose is served by coming in later to scold him?
I already said it: just curious. It is not scolding, as you falsely assume.
Originally Posted by Pawnjob
I got my first Mac, a G3 in the early 90's, a Powerbook "G4" around '05 w/ G5 desktops coming out around the same time. So I just assumed that Apple would release a G6 at some point in the...
Originally Posted by SDW2001
That's idiotic. Apple is not forcing you to use anything. You chose to upgrade.
This could be true long ago but not anymore. And it is not Apple but the general technological evolution forcing...
Originally Posted by Akac
Because its not just Rosetta. Rosetta is just a translator for code. Apple would have to compile and test a PowerPC version of ALL the OS libraries. People think its just including some minor bit of code...
Originally Posted by tinman0
Don't upgrade then. There is nothing forcing anyone to upgrade, so why upgrade if it'll lock you out of your software?
Of course we are forced to upgrade. It is called evolution. Software and...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
I can still run OS 9 on my Mac Pro, even in Lion, thanks to proper x86 Cocoa code.
I don't see what you mean. Running OS 9 on Intel machines is possible using Sheepshaver; do you have other ways?