October 22, 2013
What comes after OS X 10.9?
OS X 10.10?
OS X 11.0?
OS X 11.1?
OS X Vista?
As long as it's not OS X ME, they're probably ok.
(And OS X 10.10, 10x10x10 = 1000, 1000 = 1 millenium... hopefully jinxes aren't good at math.)
And at least those are better than the software I deal with at work. I'm running version 2011.4_35.27 while other folks are busy validating 2013.1_34.21 for production work. You know you're doing something when major-rev.minor-rev can reset every month, and you still wind up in double-digits of each.
Though I suppose if every downloadable patch to Windows was a new revision, they'd need to use scientific notation.
Posted by: Mikeski at October 22, 2013 12:50 PM (Zlc1W)
Actually Mac OS Arrow could last them for another decade.
Posted by: sqa at October 22, 2013 03:06 PM (rdcLU)
I had an HP that had all kinds of problems, including a complete inability to do https. I was in the beta, and they gave us a free copy at the end, so I wiped the machine and reinstalled from my own CD, getting rid of all the bundled garbage, and all the problems went away. Plus, having been in the beta, I was used to seeing it work right.
Posted by: RickC at October 22, 2013 03:42 PM (swpgw)
Posted by: David at October 22, 2013 06:40 PM (da+4f)
Posted by: benzeen at October 22, 2013 08:33 PM (w1Fue)
And, who knew someone would work in a Naruto reference.
Posted by: sqa at October 22, 2013 08:36 PM (rdcLU)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at October 23, 2013 07:19 AM (RqRa5)
Apple seems determined to turn their computers into iPads-with-keyboards, glued together by a second-rate cloud. Today's fun news is that if you upgrade to 10.9, you can no longer sync contacts and calendars directly from your Mac to your iPhone; they have to go through the cloud.
Posted by: J Greely at October 23, 2013 10:05 AM (+cEg2)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at October 23, 2013 10:14 AM (RqRa5)
Enclose all spoilers in spoiler tags:
[spoiler]your spoiler here[/spoiler]
Spoilers which are not properly tagged will be ruthlessly deleted on sight.
Also, I hate unsolicited suggestions and advice. (Even when you think you're being funny.)
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