Re: OT: Stable Mac OS releases, was Re: digital question #2

From: Dennis Moser ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 08/03/04-11:14:06 AM Z
Message-id: <410FC7DE.6020901@angrek.com>

Trainwreck, indeed...while 8.6 was a gem on the IIci, on m 8500 it was
showing its' weaknesses. 9.2.2 has run beautifully on 8500.

The 9 series on the Rev.B iMac was another story...when I moved it up to
10.2.8, it was great though.

Personally, I LOVE OS X! The only time I run the non-X OS is on my 8500
(the 8500 is one of the problem-children of the Unsupported OS X
machines...I haven't had a lot of luck with it, unlike the 7600 which
has been running OS X quite gracefully).

Dennis

Pam Niedermayer wrote:

> Dennis, I"ve been a Mac software developer for 19 years (and a software
> developer for 34 years). MacOS was a patched wreck waiting to happen,
> day in and day out. Its only saving grace was the interface and the fact
> that even it was superior to Windows. I've also been a user of many
> types of applications, such as graphics. Memory management, or lack
> thereof, continuously got in the way. Maybe 8.6 was the best of the
> MacOS's, I'll leave that for you to debate, I tend to prefer 9.2.n; but
> I no longer boot into MacOS.
>
> Pam
>

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