Thursday, March 24, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 02:12 PM
"On March 24, 2001, the iMac was less than three years old, the iPod was still more than six months away, and Macs ran at astounding speeds of up to 733MHz. But most importantly, Apple on that day released the first official version of Mac OS X, changing the future of its platform forever."
Code named "Cheetah" and the first shipping version couldn't even play DVDs or burn CDs. But it sure has improved over the years hasn't it? Like the author said, I still have my annoyances but overall I don't ever see myself ever switching back. Happy 10th birthday OS X.