Tiger burns bright

Hayes, Rod
May 2005
Printing World;5/12/2005, Vol. 290 Issue 6, p27
Trade Publication
Examines the features of Apple Computer Inc.'s OSX Tiger operating system. Shift in market dynamics; Smart folders; Automator, which tackles the automation of tasks; Spotlight, which allows users to locate any file in the computer.


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