I just installed Leopard. It’s awesome. Installing the actual operating system took about an hour and Time Machine is updating the computer as we speak. All the new features are amazing and remind me why I switched to mac in the first place
Of course, installing a new operating system is always a royal pain for me. Leopard only had a few hiccups…
That was easy enough. The computer takes a while to start after you install Leopard, updating the system for 10.5. When you get to your desktop, Time Machine will ask you to back up your computer. I recommend taking a few hour vacation from the computer while this happens, because as I am writing this article, my Finder is completely broken and I don’t know when my hard drives will be backed up!
I’m not sure if trying to use spotlight helped either, because it’s trying to index my computer for searching while Time Machine is backing up the hard drives. Uh oh! hah
There are obviously a few bugs that need to be worked out. Within the first ten minutes of using Leopard:
I’m sure some of these problems will be fixed after I restart my computer, but for now I can’t do much and I am clueless to when I can restart!
Oh well, just a few bugs. I am still admiring it! A Long awaited present from Apple