Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger): 50 random observations

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
April 24th, 2005 • 11:31 pm

Assorted Geekery’s Chris Biagini has a number of interesting observations about the upcoming Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), officially due on April 29th. His report includes several details that I hadn’t noticed myself, even though I was part of the (now closed) Apple Seed program for this system release and have spent the last few months toying around with its features and dealing with its bugs.

I will start posting my own observations about Tiger soon, but right now I am still on vacation in Europe, so they will have to wait a bit longer. On the whole, I think that Tiger is a worthwile system upgrade, but there’s certainly a fair amount of stuff that still needs fine-tuning and I am already looking forward to the incremental 10.4.x releases.

I don’t think Mac OS X 10.4.0 has any really serious bugs but, like all major system upgrades, the real test will be April 29th and the days following the official release.

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