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Just a little food for thought... If you use the new Mavrick OS on a MAC do you like it? or hate it? Why and Why not? I would like to hear how software developers feel about this.

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Jack, I haven't tried Mav yet but am excited both about it and the strategy behind it. What are your thoughts about it? I look forward to this discussion. 

Jack, How are your explorations into Mavrick coming along? I have a 2008 MacBookPro running 10.6.8. I'm thrilled to see that I can switch to Mavrick since 10.6.8 was the terminal OS supported by this hardware. I'm very interested to hear what you've learned ... and others here at Codetown! All the best, Michael Levin

PS - Here's a link to Mavrick's hardware req'ts: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5842?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US

Hi Jack - I am considering loading Mavericks onto my '08 MacBook Pro. I wonder whether it will run efficiently. Any ideas? /Mike

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