Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
I'd say that the GUI is one of the major advantages of OS X over other *nix platforms. There are so many competing desktops for Linux and no one of them seems to have 'caught on'. And not surprising since it really is a very very hard thing to get right.
With OS X, I think Apple has hit it square on (not that I don't have my list of gripes).
And it certainly beats the pants off Windows, both with its GUI and the fact that it's a *nix variant.
In what way is it better than Windows Desktop? Speed/Performance, Visually, ??
What about the software availability for OS X? Has it caught up yet?
Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
Some good points from everyone. 2 questions.
2. Has there been any mention of OS X being ported to x86?
Originally posted by Rob Ross:
I would strongly suggest a G4 with at least a 1GH processor to do real development.
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