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Mac OS X Q&A

Four articles tracking Mac OS X's progress have come and gone in this series, …

John Siracusa - Jun 19, 2000 8:29 pm UTC

Introduction

Four articles tracking Mac OS X's progress have come and gone in this series, and each one has generated a substantial amount of email. I try to respond to each message personally, but at a certain point it becomes difficult to maintain the quality of the replies (e.g. when answering the same question for the 17th time). It seems to me that the path of least resistance is to answer the most common questions "in public", so here we are in a tidy little Q & A article.

Questions for this article were chosen based on the number of email messages received, combined with the relevance of the issue(s) raised. The questions themselves are not directly quoted from any particular email message, but are instead summaries of many individual messages asking the same basic question(s). In other words, don't bother looking for your email address (or any question attribution at all). Let's begin.

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 Next → John Siracusa John Siracusa has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Boston University. He has been a Mac user since 1984, a Unix geek since 1993, and is a professional web developer and freelance technology writer. Email siracusa@arstechnica.com // Twitter @siracusa

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