The Mac is on a roll. By some measures, Mac laptops are now approaching a 20% share of U.S. noncorporate sales. There are several reasons for this, including the security problems in the dominant Windows platform from Microsoft; spillover from Apple’s blistering success with its iPod music players; the fact that Macs can now run Windows programs; and Apple’s highly successful chain of company-owned retail stores. But another key factor has been the Mac operating system, called OS X. On Friday evening, Apple will release yet another new version of OS X, called Leopard, to replace the current version, known as Tiger. In my view, Leopard is better and faster than Vista, with a set of new features that make Macs even easier to use.Video:
BTW Walt, nice video!