Macworld editors and contributors Rob Griffiths, Christopher Breen, Jason Snell, Jim Dalrymple and Philip Michaels have published a list of 23 things they’d like to see in Apple’s next-gen Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard:

The list:
• Improvements to Spotlight
• Built-in launcher
• Finder fixes
• Windows compatibility and integration…
• …Or virtualization
• Virtual desktops
• True media center
• File and account security improvements
• Restore more
• Smart locations
• Smart users
• Improve VoiceOver
• Expand Disk Utility’s powers
• More from Mail
• Smart syncing
• Keeping tabs with iChat
• Automator II
• More Automator updates
• Capturing moving pictures
• Bring back Sherlock
• Pop-up innovations
• Tabbed Terminal
• PowerPC or Intel or both?

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “LinuxGuy” for the heads up.]

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