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os x Which version of OS X are you running? 2012

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  1. 1. Which version of OS X are you running?

    • OS X Mountain Lion
    • OS X Lion
    • OS X Snow Leopard
    • OS X Leopard
    • OS X Tiger
    • OS X Panther
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    • OS X Jaguar
    • OS X Puma
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    • OS X CHeetah
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20"(?) iMac running Snow Leopard- the last "real" desktop OS X

13" Macbook Aluminum running Lion

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[...] Snow Leopard- the last "real" desktop OS X

You sure have a flair for the dramatic.

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Mainly desktop publishing, 1080p video editing, research etc.

:p

It was joke. I'm running OS X Mountain Lion on a 27-inch iMac. I couldn't get any of my work done using an iMac G3 running the Mac OS X Public Beta.

That's a shame, I really love stories of how people use outdated technology in their lives :(

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That's a shame, I really love stories of how people use outdated technology in their lives :(

Maybe you wanna talk to the many Lion users who are stuck with it on their unupgradeable machines?

OH SNAP!!! :laugh:

Nah seriously, my fianc? belongs to that sorry group of users... I'd ADORE to upgrade her to Mountain Lion, but her Macbook won't work with it. :(

I think dropping the 32bit kernel is good, what is not good, is not giving Mountain Lion the same system requirements as Lion.

I mean, really, ML is what Lion should have been and everyone and their dog knows Lion is slowing down the system and only has a half-a**ed integration of iCloud.

Back on topic:

I know what you're talking about and I feel the same.

Retro is cool in a way and I'll definitely get some older Macs later on, mostly for collecting them, I don't have specific plans what to do with them.

They are just beautifully crafted and better than a lot of designer room decorations out there.

(Sometimes even much cheaper :p)

My next apartment will definitely see a good old 1950's telephone made from bakelite.

Glassed Silver:mac

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10.8 - laptop hackintosh (Intel)

10.6.8 - PC hackintosh (AMD)

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Leopard on my eMac and Jaguar on my G3 iMac.

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That's a shame, I really love stories of how people use outdated technology in their lives :(

Awww. Well, my mom still uses a 2005 eMac (1,42 GHz G4) running OS X Leopard on a daily basis. Did that cheer you up a bit?

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2006 Macbook running Lion

I would upgrade it to 10.8, but it's unsupported. :( Does anyone know when 10.7.5 is going to drop? Maybe that'll fix all the bugs...

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OS X Lion on a mid-2011 Mac Book Pro (first SB batch I think). I won't be going ML anytime soon as it is incompatible with our corporate network - Lion was too and I only moved to Lion in May'12.

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Lion on a Hackintosh. An upgrade to ML is on the to-do eventually, probably going to re-build that unit first.. a couple components are getting a little stale.

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June 2012 Macbook Pro 15"

Late 2011 Macbook Air 13"

Mid 2011 Mac Mini

April 2010 Macbook Pro 15"

All on Mountain Lion

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Mac Mini - Mountain Lion

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iMac 20"

MacBook Pro 13"

iMac 27"

All of them are running Mountain Lion.

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Snow leopard on an original Macbook Core Duo, no 64bit support so no lion. :(

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Bought my first Mac yesterday, Mid-2012 MacBook Air 13" i5/4gb/256gb model. It came preloaded with lion and was immediately updated to Mountian Lion! Loving the Mac experience.

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Snow Leopard on Mid-2010 iMac. No reason for me to move past that right now. Really not into the whole iOS integration since I don't have an i-device yet (other than the iMac). I have looked at the other goodies in ML and yet, just can't get myself to fork over the $$$ for what little I would use or need at the moment.

Might upgrade later though. ;)

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Running 10.6.8 on my 13" MacBook (Late 2009). I've been considering upgrading to 10.8, but I'm dragging my feet waiting to see if they fix the battery drain bug first. I like getting 7+ hours out of my battery, I'd hate to have that drop to half.

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MBPR came with Mountain Lion

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Running 10.6.8 on my 13" MacBook (Late 2009). I've been considering upgrading to 10.8, but I'm dragging my feet waiting to see if they fix the battery drain bug first. I like getting 7+ hours out of my battery, I'd hate to have that drop to half.

Yeah they just seeded 10.8.1 to developers, so it should be out soon...

http://www.macrumors.com/2012/08/10/apple-seeds-first-seed-of-os-x-10-8-1-to-developers/

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Mid-2009 MBA : Snow Leopard

I did install Mountain Lion out of curiosity but I lost the ability to multi-task so went back to SL.

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Late 2008 MacBook (polycarbonate) on Lion. I would have upgraded to Mountain Lion if mine was officially supported. I know it's definitely possible to install it; not sure if I should do it though.

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I'm running Snow Leopard. I haven't found a reason to upgrade to Lion or Mountain Lion yet.

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I'm running Snow Leopard on a Macbook i was given for free. As it's the first Mac i've owned after being a long time Windows user, i'm still figuring things out.

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I unearthed a MB that I havent used in a while and its running 10.7.4 (dont know the names). Is there any reason to upgrade to 10.8?

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