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OS 10.5 - few questions about leopard


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Hi before I jump into it I want to know if it worth it for what I would call my workflow.
Does leopard make the download less primitive than Tiger. I mean if the download stop and I restart it does it start from the beginning or from where I stopped it.
I know about the stack but if I want to put the file I want to download in a specific folder can I easily do it without going thru a preference set up.
Is there any way to move a file or folder without going thru different windows... with something like in windows.
Is the help more efficient than in Tiger where I can't find nothing.
Will I have like in Tiger to restart the computer quite often to bring back my hard drive memory... I do work a lot with images and after half a day even if I start with 8 gig of free space on HD I have to restart to get them back... I don't know why it does that but working on the computer fill up the HD even if I save my work on a external disk.
If these small points are improve I go for it.
If it just offer a 3D dock I don't give a flying kangaroos left cricket wicket...
I like the preview in finder. Is it fast or slow...
thank you for your answers.
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All the answers to these poorly listed questions can be found by searching the forum. You could also go to an Apple Store and give Leopard a test drive.

Use the search button before you post.
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Careful, Matt... He's got flying kangaroos...






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Sorry if I make any offense to Machingod.
Sorry if my writing was not as good as yours... Moliere background.
Sorry if I consider my computer like a tool and not like the Graal.
Sorry if I am not a "marketing speech" buyer.
May be I should find a Mac users forum and not a Mac fans forum.
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WOW!

Looks like someone has an attitude problem.


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And I'm sorry you're not competent enough to read the forum rules or search the forums to see if your question(s) were already asked.

Use the search button before you post.
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Feisty, feisty!!

Personally, I think it'll be hard to find a Mac Forum where it's not just Mac Fans. In order to know your stuff, you gotta love it! At least I do!

I would say.. definitely go check it out at the store before buying it if you're not 100% sure you want/need it.

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What does "Moliere background" mean exactly? I am just curious...

"Luck favors the prepared"
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Since a Google search only turns up references to Jean-Baptiste Poquelin it either means he is of a French backround or he mis-spelled the English version of his ethnic backround.


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I came to the same conclusion. Just wondered if it actually meant something in his dialect.

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