New screenshots have been leaked, and they appear to show new features in the next major revision of Apple OSX, codenamed Leopard and versioned 10.5.
Check them out!
Leopard is known to contain further enhancements for Intel-based Macs, and these screenshots seem to confirm this. The screens could
conceivably be fake, but they look good to us.
There is support for running Windows apps natively within the OSX desktop, with the new version of Internet Explorer happily co-existing alongside an OSX Finder window. Speaking of which, Finder now has tabs. Thank goodness for that.
There is new support for virtual desktops, which allow users to switch between different layouts for different tasks or aspects of their machine. A transition appears to show the user 'peeling away' the top layer of the current desktop to get to another one underneath.
We're rather excited to get our hands on Leopard, which will be out before the end of the year - well before Vista hits!
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