MacJury #912: Passing Judgement on Snow Leopard (Part 1)

Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard might be the biggest thing since the Mac transition to the Intel chip. Members of The MacJury spent the weekend (or longer) working with the new OS, and deliver their verdicts on such aspects of the Snow Leopard experience as the methods of installation, possible confusion over GUID drive formatting, and what hardware they are running the big cat on. Along the way the group debunk some Snow Leopard myths, such as 32-bit vs. 64-bit software, examine both sides of the burden developers face in updating old software to Snow Leopard and much more. The panel for our first post-Snow Leopard release deliberations include:

Peter Cohen Nancy Gravley Joe Kissell
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Nancy
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Joe
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Matt Neuburg Ian Schray Chuck Joiner
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Neuburg
Ian
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Chuck
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Peter Cohen

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Macworld

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Nancy Gravley

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Capitol Macintosh

Beginners Mac Blog

Joe Kissell

JoeKissell.com

Take Control of Upgrading to Snow Leopard

Matt Neuburg

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Take Control of Exploring & Customizing Snow Leopard

Ian Schray

Ian Schray on Twitter

Softpress

Freeway 5

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