Mountain Lion Isn’t Perfect, But It’s A Thoughtful Step Toward The Future Of Desktop Computing; A Well-Reasoned Review Of Apple’s New OS X Operating System

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 17:43
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Mountain Lion Isn’t Perfect, But It’s A Thoughtful Step Toward The Future Of Desktop Computing; A Well-Reasoned Review Of Apple’s New OS X Operating System

Tags: Operating Systems

 

“We’re witnessing a dramatic change in how desktop operating systems are fundamentally conceived, says Nilay Patel, in the tech site that’s quickly earned my attention daily,

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The Verge. “Mountain Lion is the first version of OS X to deeply integrate network services at every level, from storing documents to sharing photos to connecting external displays, and it seems that much lighter for it — as though Apple’s relentless charge into its post-PC era has allowed the OS X team to rethink exactly what a PC is and should be. Mountain Lion isn’t perfect, but it’s a confident, thoughtful step towards the future of desktop computing.”
 
Brilliant writing, reasoned analysis.

 

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