Windows® 7 catching up with Mac® OS
In a surprising revelation, Walt Mossberg, one of the most renowned tech specialists from the Wall Street Journal, who in the past had always recommended the Mac over PCs, has said that the monopoly Mac is being dampened by Microsoft's resurgence.
For ages the duel between Mac and Windows has been quite prominent in the world of computers and operating systems. In fact, it is just as old as the computer industry itself. Surely, the Mac still has the edge over security and better software, but the forthcoming Windows 7 and the recently launched Mac OS X Snow Leopard are equally remarkable and each commensurates the quality of the other.
The Snow Leopard is still preferred when it comes to overall performance and has been deemed to have more elegance and an intuitive interface. In the meantime, Windows still commands a high share in the market from its licensing with most PC makers. The disastrous failure of Windows Vista has given much leeway to Mac who is cashing in and gaining huge market-growths with it's iPod and iPhone. Windows is now banking on Windows 7 to deliver.
With it newest operating system, Microsoft has grabbed the opportunity to narrow down the gap with Mac by introducing more visible user features. It is also trying to capitalize on Snow Leopard's tag of being a maintenance release with features mainly based on refinements. Windows 7 , with its new enhanced features and better previews and navigation through its various tools like taskbar, touchscreen and a simplified set-up of open windows on the desktop, scores better than the Mac in many ways. The multi-touch screen that it supports is applicable both on the screen and trackpad. This option is available on the Mac only with the trackpad.
But Mac also settles its scores with Windows 7 with its clean and simple interface. It is faster and works out to be more efficient even by utilizing little disk space. Mac's iLife is still a matter of envy for Windows 7 as its suite of digital lifestyle application is still unmatched by Windows for the power,simplified use and integrating capabilities. Mac also takes full advantage of tapping in on the processing power of graphic cards.
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