Comparing OS-X and Vista
By MortazaviBlog on Jan 08, 2007
John Welch compares Vista and OS-X. for Network Computing (courtesy of Information Week). He compares these to "Revolution" vs. "Evolution," with OS-X making steady progress towards 10.5 while Vista comes after 6 years of struggle. He puts OS-X on top. Welch includes an image gallery comparing the desktops and some of the dialog boxes and controls. Of course, I cannot say anything here of my own regarding Vista. I've not touched it yet and I use OS-X at home and am perfectly satisfied with it. In fact, we run it on two separate machines shared by 4 people, each with their own accounts, tastes and proclivities. It works just fine and the regular automatic upgrades of OS-X have actually been very useful and smooth as far as our applications of`interest are concerned.