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Tiger: have you upgraded?

Jay Savage
07.14.05
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As I was walking through the bookstore the other day (yes, I still use paper), I noticed that there were a lot of Tiger books on the shelves. This surprised me for two reasons: 1) The Mac shelves of this particular store are usually pretty poorly stocked, and 2) The public release really wasn't that long ago. In my mind, at least, Tiger is still new, and it doesn't seem like there should be much of a market for so many competing texts yet. I mean, really, how many "average" users run out and upgrade as soon as a new OS ships? I know people who are still running Jaguar.

Then I got to thinking, "maybe it's just me," so I thought I'd do a little unscientific analysis and ask you all:

What version of OS X are you using?
I like shiny things: Tiger.
Panther rocks! (besides, I'm poor).
I've always wanted a Jaguar, and now that I have it, I don't want to give it up (besides, I've been poor for a long time).
10.1: my beige G3 doesn't like where Quartz has headed.
10.0: the CD-ROM on my beige G3 is bronken.
9.2: because it's a "classic"
Darwin
Something else
  

Will you upgrade to Tiger?
  

 

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