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OS 10.5 - Whats more stable - Tiger or Lepord?


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From someone who wants to minimize downtime.
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I have seen no stability issues between the two on any of my machines.


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Totally agree.

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For me Tiger, I did a clean install of Leopard on a couple machines and it has few kinks, nothing major but it isn't perfect... Yet.
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From what I've seen at this point, I would say Tiger. Give Leopard three or four months or so to have more compatible software to use with it, a couple more updates and it should be ok then.
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didn't find any noticable difference in the two as far as stability is concerned.
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Leopard simply because it doesn't crash when it's having trouble with network shares. Other than that, I would have to say they're the same.


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I've seen tiger choke on stupid things because of the technology/programming it uses. I've seen Leopard choke simply because it is so new. Having problems (very rarely though) with both, I'd go with the newer model.

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Both are pretty rock solid, though WIFI is VERY flaky under Leopard
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