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Posts by nkhm

Why do you need flash for YouTube?
I too have installed every new OS on launch day and never experienced an issue.  The vast majority of users don't and those bugs that have been reported, while unfortunate for those effected have been experienced only by the minority.    Download through official channels, backup, install as instructed, let the installer do the work.  Don't tinker, don't repair permissions, or move things around or try and be clever, just let the installer do it's work.   Very...
That's entirely the point - Apple have dropped java distribution themselves and no longer support or update it, specifically because of issues like this. They also don't distribute and update flash, shockwave or adobe and microsoft software - third party technologies are the responsibility of third parties.
The lampshade imac was universally derided by critics, the mac community and quickly replaced, it was the shortest lived design, and apart from the articulated neck, the build quality was awful.
Java isn't developed by apple. They stopped supplying it as part of the OSX installation, in the same way as they don't provide other third party software, such as the flash plug in. It's a third party software, and as it,s no longer essential to the OS it's not going to be included as part of the standard installation. I think their judgement in leaving java behind has now been justified...
Adobe CS is available as a download, haven't bothered with discs since cs4. Can't think of a single reason for an optical drive as standard...
I don't understand what is 'pro' about an optical drive. What do you need it for? I haven't bought physical software installation disks for over two years now, what use does it serve? I'm sure there will be a peripheral available for those that need one, but i can't imagine why anyone would need this in a portable device.
My point is that a matte screen is not the same as anti glare screen. This will still be a glass panel, but with some sort of tech to reduce reflection, much as museum glass.
Matte != anti-glare
They weren't anti-glare, they were matt. They suffered terribly from 'white-out' if direct sunlight hit them.
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