Originally Posted by Boris4ka
I just don't see how it owns vista. What's so different about it? Visual style and the animations? Once again, I've never had any security problems with Windows, so I can't see what's so much better in Leopard?
And you can get all the features of leopard into Windows with some programs, but you can't get any features from Windows into leopard.
You, the hater of all that is Apple, should go to the website and take the Leopard tour.
FIRST LOOK or LOOK (can't remember what it's called) alone is worth the migration to Apple OS. Being able to preview files before you open them in such a seamless manner? That's priceless. As the average user's file-size increases, ingests more data, etc... having something like that to merely run through a file is more than useful.
Also, Vista is already a wanna-be OS X. If you've ever used FINDER, it's what Vista WANTS to have. Spotlight owns any search engine in Vista's Operating System. It's faster than Vista's search, it allows you more options. It's just all around better.
I'm not even talking about web security, either. I don't care about viruses and it's not a selling point for me. Accessibility, resource management, etc are.