I'm more excited about Snow Leopard than probably any other version of OS X besides Panther...the swift death of PowerPC/Universal Binaries
Couldn't agree more. I'm happy to see full OS optimization. Besides, I'm just now starting to feel comfortable using more and more tools that the original Leopard brought. I don't feel like anything is "lacking" - so I just assume they not add more bloat to the mix.
I suspect that OS 10.7 will be pooping new features like a baby eating fruit salad anyway - I can wait, and I'll be quite used to pooping babies by then.
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