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OS 10.5 - Sometimes it's the small features that do it.


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I'm working my way through the new features of Leopard.

Strangely the big new features are somewhat less exciting because they've been so hyped.

I've just been going through Front Row, which is excellent now and really really like the Movie Trailer section. Just click on movies and there's an up to date list of trailers to watch on your full screen in great quality.

It's one of those features that you can show off your Mac easily.
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Yep! I agree. I love Front Row.

The software said Windows95 or better, so I got a Mac...
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So... I have to say. I haven't had much time to play around with Leopard yet, but just reading this post.. I had to try out Front Row. Ended up using it and playing around for about an hour and a half. Good times!

I also love Spaces because most of the time, I'm working on multiple things at once and having all those windows can get quite confusing.

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wow i just realized i got it today and i havent even checked out the new front row, been so hyped bout my ipod nano, and getting stuff from my old pc to my itunes library, i agree i think there was too much hype bout leopard but its def better than tiger for example i am now able to connect to my bt homehub via my airport, no more ethernet, i havent tried spaces but i like the new dock and i think safari has been improved its seems faster and smoother.

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just checked out front row def smoother,crisper and faster

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