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Windows Taskbar vs. OS X Dock Comparison

Posted on Thursday, October 05 2006 @ 03:46:45 CEST by


If you're like me, then you probably manage a number of different windows, documents, and programs all at one time. Operating systems are built to handle multiple tasks at once, and that's a good thing, because can you imagine what it would be like if we could only do one thing at a time? There would be a revolt, and productivity would take a huge dive. Yes, people who live by the multitasking way of life love to juice their machines up with RAM and then send them to work on a wide variety of things concurrently.
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