Le seul test à lire de Leopard

Pour savoir ce qui change vraiment dans Leopard, la seule review à lire est, comme d’habitude, celle de John Siracusa, chez Ars. Une fois de plus, il a fait très fort. 17 pages de choses concrètes et d’explications techniques. Clairement pas pour l’acheteur de Mac lambda, mais vous n’êtes pas dans cette catégorie si vous traînez dans le coin. ;)

As I’ve learned more about Leopard, it’s become increasingly clear where, exactly, those two-and-a-half years of development time went. Leopard is absolutely packed with improvements. It seems that not a corner of the OS has gone untouched. Perhaps that’s not as clear to the casual user who just sees the surface changes and the major new features in Leopard. But even in that case, there’s more than enough to recommend it. if you’re wondering whether you should upgrade to Leopard, the answer, as it’s been for every major revision of Mac OS X, is yes.

« What a long, strange trip it’s been. Leopard turned out very differently than I imagined it would only a year ago. Despite some big disappointments near the end of its development process – the new Dock, the menu bar, more Finder floundering – the foundation is stronger than it’s ever been. »