Thats what other members have said too the speed increase was great.<br><br>I will not ever be able to compare myself unless I load panther on the old G4.<br>Humm I wonder if Tiger will have a speed increase in over all OS performance - just not with the finding files stuff<br><br>
Completely unscientific, but I would say the speed nearly doubled between Jag and Panther on my G5.<br><br>Some reports have said the same for Tiger, and other things (like game performance) are significantly enhanced as well. Regardless of features, its worth the upgrade to me just for the speed. Even at full price its cheaper than adding a gig of RAM to your machine. Can't wait. <br><br>
Yeah...I've been along for the ride since the Public Beta, and for me the performance increases went like this....<br><br>PB > 10.0....no real speed increase, just a bit more polish on what was very experimental<br><br>10.1 - First useable version of X...still slow as hell though. <br><br>10.2 - Best X upgrade so far. The jump between 10.1 and 10.2 was huge, especially on older hardware. <br><br>10.3 - Big performance improvement, but more along the lines of individual apps being optimized (Preview not taking forever, etc.)<br><br><br><br>
&[censored]) said it is working with Apple to identify potential issues when running Virtual PC 7.0.1 on Tiger and will will release a free update "within the next two to three months" to address any issues. <p><hr></blockquote><p>Hahaha! The developer betas have been available for nearly a year, but Microsoft will work on issues with its software over the next quarter, after its release. That company is such a POS.<br><br>
I noticed that too. WTF?<br><br>They're going to continue selling VPC and Office Pro that will be incompatible with the current shipping Apple OS?<br><br>I almost think it has to be a typo, like they meant two or three weeks. <br><br>
It took them nearly a year to make VPC work with the G5 processor. It might not have been an easy fix, but we're talking the biggest, richest, software company in the world, and it took them a year. <br><br>Its going to take them close to a decade to update Windows. No, I don't think its a typo.<br><br>
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