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John Siracusa reviews Mac OS X 10.6

snow_leopard_ars-thumb-640xauto-8029Every time there is a new major Mac OS X release, John Siracusa of the excellent technology website Ars Technica releases a long and detailed review. And the one for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard one has arrived. I post about it here because I think a del.icio.us link on the sidebar is not enough.

John Siracusa has been writing these reviews since Mac OS X DP2 (December 1999) and they are excellent, offering a well written detailed view into the internals and externals of Mac OS X. For me it’s a fascinating read. For you, I don’t know… this is probably attractive only for the technical mind. Mom, don’t read this.

Snow Leopard

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and me
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and me

Ah, the smell of a new Mac OS X in the morning… There was a line at the Apple Store yet no free t-shirts as before. I hear almost everything is faster – and things will just get faster as applications start taking advantage of OpenCL and Grand Central.