Mac OS X Leopard: A Guided Tour (Video)

Yesterday, the folks at Apple released a great guided tour covering some of the new features of Leopard, their latest release of OSX. As it always is with Apple’s presentations, this one was very informative and excellently done. Videos after the jump.


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13 Responses to Mac OS X Leopard: A Guided Tour (Video)

  1. I loved the time machine part :-)

    bootcamp/vmware fusion is also nice and maybe it's now that I'm going to buy a Mac, so I will have both worlds, one for developing and work (windows) other for family and home movies (mac)

  2. I loved the time machine part :-)

    bootcamp/vmware fusion is also nice and maybe it’s now that I’m going to buy a Mac, so I will have both worlds, one for developing and work (windows) other for family and home movies (mac)

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  4. Its cool but some stuff looks useless or redundant. The "Time Machine" has a nice design but in reality its just a backup of your entire disk (which uses up twice as much space). Spaces is just a copy of GNOME's Workspace Switcher.

    Other than that, it looks great :)

  5. Its cool but some stuff looks useless or redundant. The “Time Machine” has a nice design but in reality its just a backup of your entire disk (which uses up twice as much space). Spaces is just a copy of GNOME’s Workspace Switcher.
    Other than that, it looks great :)

  6. I have to agree with Sampi on this one. Have never used OS X before, but it looks like a combo of several other Operating systems features. The stack doesnt seem too different from a shortcut to a folder on my quick launch, the time machine is a hyped hard drive that backs up automatically every hour, as against my doing it manually every hour and labelling the folders accordingly..the spaces feature's off gnome…

    but its great to have all this available on one os..convinient yes..

    looks good though..:) waiting to see how it 'beds-down' in the market …

    in the mean time..am i missing something coz i'm not using the os? comments more than welcome…

  7. I have to agree with Sampi on this one. Have never used OS X before, but it looks like a combo of several other Operating systems features. The stack doesnt seem too different from a shortcut to a folder on my quick launch, the time machine is a hyped hard drive that backs up automatically every hour, as against my doing it manually every hour and labelling the folders accordingly..the spaces feature’s off gnome…
    but its great to have all this available on one os..convinient yes..
    looks good though..:) waiting to see how it ‘beds-down’ in the market …
    in the mean time..am i missing something coz i’m not using the os? comments more than welcome…

  8. Yup, OS X Leopard has convinced me to finally consider buying an iMac. It sounds like a great OS.. but that doesn’t mean I’ll be getting rid of my PC just yet… I am looking forward to seeing how a network works between a Mac and a PC.

  9. Yup, OS X Leopard has convinced me to finally consider buying an iMac. It sounds like a great OS.. but that doesn't mean I'll be getting rid of my PC just yet… I am looking forward to seeing how a network works between a Mac and a PC.