Leopard is the latest Operating System from Apple’s stable and Windows Vista is the latest sibling in the well established array of Windows Operating System of Microsoft. Both are bundled with great features and utilities. So choosing one among them is like choosing BMW or Benz.
Leopard contains over 300 changes and enhancements, covering core operating system components as well as included applications and developer tools. Leopard introduces a significantly revised desktop, with a redesigned Dock, Stacks, a semitransparent menu bar, and an updated Finder that incorporates the Cover Flow visual navigation interface first seen in iTunes. Other notable features include support for writing 64-bit graphical user interface applications, an automated backup utility named Time Machine, support for Spotlight searches across multiple machines, and the inclusion of Front Row and Photo Booth, which were previously only included with some Mac models.
Windows Vista contains hundreds of new and reworked features. Some of the most significant features include an updated graphical user interface and visual style called Windows Aero, improved searching features, new multimedia creation tools such as Windows DVD Maker, and completely redesigned networking, audio, print, and display. Windows Vista includes version 3.0 of the .NET Framework, which aims to make it significantly easier for developers to write applications than with the traditional Windows API.
Here I wish to share some cool articles, which gave a comprehensive comparisons and reviews of both Leopard and Vista.
Leopard vs. Vista: feature chart showdown : engadget.com
Hey, Vista, meet Mac OS 10.5 Leopard: cnet.com
Leopard looks like … Vista: zdnet.com
Leopard vs Vista 4: Naked Sales: roughlydrafted.com
Mac OS X Leopard and Windows Vista side by side: lifehacker.com
Its your choice, whether to give your hand to Leopard or Vista.
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