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Where is Mac OS X better than KDE/Linux?


Posted by Yaba on Jan 24 2004
Look and Feel41%41%41% 41%
Customizability/Flexibility1%1%1% 1%
Ease of use25%25%25% 25%
Features2%2%2% 2%
Hardware Support8%8%8% 8%
Available Applications10%10%10% 10%
cost/benefit ratio0%0%0% 0%
Security0%0%0% 0%
Easy development of apps1%1%1% 1%
Support by other users/companies10%10%10% 10%
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 You forgot ...

 
 by saltwater on: Jan 28 2004
 
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Intu´tivity! I think that MacOSX is for the user what QT is for the programmer, the way it should be (with some exceptions in MacOSX ;) But in general I think the most important feature of MacOSX is it's intu´tivity and consistensy, and Eye-candy ofcourse :). While reading their human interface guide, you see that they have really thought about how software should communicate with the user.


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 Quartz

 
 by ruel24 on: Jan 29 2004
 
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I think there is just something about the Quartz rendering that is just mouth watering. You can theme KDE to look like Aqua, but it still doesn't quite have that look.

Also, everything in Mac OS X operates smoothly. There are still glitches in X/Qt/KDE. It's just simply got the polish that any Linux/X GUI lacks.


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  A bit of everything

 
 by pivarac on: Jan 29 2004
 
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Bearing in mind the way it is developed, KDE provides truly amazing desktop experience, although some of the things aforementioned certainly apply. First of all integration - IMHO, some sort of priority should be established, well-designed and useful apps (and only one for the particular purpose) should be chosen as the default, and given prominence - e.g. K3b for burning, DigiKam for communicating with cameras, GwenView for image manipulation, Kopete for IM, Appolon for file-sharing, etc. This approach may sound a bit discriminatory,and one of the very ideas of free software is variety, but I think this is the best way to go in the long run. KControl needs some work too, in some areas it looks more like info than control module - it could be merged with Ark's Mission Control to provide unique look&feel, although less XPish. Konqui - when files are right-clicked, it would be very nice that menu suggests e-amailing&printing, not only zipping/burning. MacOS has its advantages, but KDE/Linux could look/function much better, if some consistency was applied. All this withEveraldo's icons and a theme like this one
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=9987
are a must if we want something good, functional and appealing to the eye ;).


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 support by companies

 
 by maxo on: Jan 31 2004
 
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more companies sell their software for mac than kde/linux , eg. dreamweaver


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