Apple Inc., which last week asked that developers provide feedback on their experiences using pre-released builds of Mac OS Leopard, has followed up by seeding a significant stability update to the next-generation system software.[…] Thanks to lnfiniteLoop for providing this nice story on Digg (more than 549Diggs).
What other users say about this:
mediaphile: Does installing Leopard wipe your whole drive clean? Or will it save your applications and stuff like an OS Reinstall?
Also, what kind of activation is involved?
danny951: Trinkets… flipping genius!
moisie: Saying something is shockingly stable for a beta doesn’t actually mean they think it’s “stable” just that it’s more so than they would expect for that stage.
rhaleuk: Have to say, I’m using the WWDC version and I find it shockingly stable for a beta that was so far from release. Can’t wait for the final boxed version.
paOol: this has got to be the least commented story ever to hit the front page.
i dont even see anyone bashing macs in this one.
astrosmash: I demand screenshots.
In exchange, I offer some trinkets: ☃☁☂
MateyO: Now there’s a thought. A responsive company, releasing bug fixes to an OS….
ooof, better not finish that thought…it can’t possibly end well.
NoOneButMe: Does it fix the graphic sluggishness for people with 8600’s?
DigitalN: who cares? we don’t have Leopard.
skoles: Does anyone know if users of the Leopard “Home” build allow you to update to the newest seed this way w/out cause for worry?
Ransomowris: Hm, first time they’ve used software update for leopard builds in a long time. Testing that, too, probably.