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We have Adobe Premiere Pro, it rocks.
http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html
This Experimenting with that program is exciting. And definitely better i would say.
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post #142 of 143
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Just has a look and lol 90% of those things that are on there Windows has had for years.

Auto Save
That has been around since Office 2003
We're not talking about the same thing. Read more here about what Autosave & versions actually are.
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FileVault 2
Winrar
Err, FileVault 2 encrypts your entire internal drive and also any external drives you want on the fly with 128-AES encryption amongst other things. Last I checked, WinRar doesn't do that.
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Full-Screen Apps
been around since 1995 on Windows
That's not quite the same. On Lion, it's more like iOS. Aside from the menu at the top, the app takes over the entire screen and can offer a different UI (like iPhoto does) when in full screen mode. Another thing that differentiates it from "maximising" in Windows is that you can flick between desktops and leave your app in a separate space which you can get back to quickly. I used to use one space for a dedicated Mail/iTunes setup most of the time, so this is better.
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Lion Recovery
System restore (again been around since 1995)
No. Did you even read the items in the list? Lion allows you to re-install the OS without a disc, with no hassle either. You can re-install from a Time Machine backup, browse the web, or run repairs on the drive too.
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Resume
Wake up in Windows. I can't remember properly but hasn't this been around since Win98?
I see, so every time you boot up Windows every application you had open at the time, resumes exactly where it was? With no information lost? No, again.

If I have Safari open with two windows at a specific location on the screen, each with several different tabs, and three unsaved text documents with text, iPhoto, Activity Monitor, Mail, etc., and I turn off the computer it shuts down and when I turn it back on, everything is back where it was, with everything it had on it before. (You also have the option for it to not do that, if you didn't want that.)
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The rest of these were in new features but my Mac with OS X Tiger has them:

Accessibility, Address Book, AirDrop(except its not called AirDrop it' called bluetooth), AppleScript, Automator, Finder, iCal, iChat, Mail, Preview, QuickTime Player, Safari, Spotlight, System, System Preferences, Text, TextEdit.

From what I can see on the Apple website the only real new features are Mission Control and LaunchPad.
Each and every one of those things you mentioned has had some really good improvements, some better than others. To name a few, Mail, Safari, Address Book, iCal, Finder, Spotlight, etc.
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post #143 of 143
Actually, that's pretty misleading. The marketshare for windows is far greater than Apple so it's a lame attempt trying to mislead everyone. Poor comparison.
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