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Windows Vista Beta 1 vs. Mac OS X 'Tiger'

Posted on Wednesday, November 30 2005 @ 11:05:06 CET by


Paul from SuperSite for Windows has compared Apple's latest Mac OS 10.4 with Microsoft's Windows Vista Beta 1. This is the second part of their article.
In part one of my comparison of Windows Vista Beta 1 and Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger," I looked at three key aspects of each system: Look and feel, desktop search, and data visualization and organization. For the most part, OS X came out well ahead of Windows Vista, as you'd expect, since it's a polished finished product. Vista, meanwhile, is all knees and elbows, an awkward teenager on its way to maturity. Microsoft will iron out the details, I'm sure, but the end result will likely not change much. Specifically, OS X will always be elegant, and Windows will almost certainly lag behind in the fit and finish department. The only questions are how much Vista will improve when compared to previous Windows versions, and whether it will be enough to keep customers from moving to OS X.
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