While describing Mac OS X Tiger’s release, Contractor UK, “The IT Contractor Portal” writes of Mac OS X’s Exposé feature, introduced in Mac OS X Panther:
“Users will be pleased with the Expose [sic] feature that allows a re-sizing of Windows, available through Microsoft since 95, so multiple tasks can be viewed, while a key can also be assigned to allow instant desktop access.”
Full article here. [UPDATE: 12:10pm ET: The article has been removed from the Contractor UK site.]
MacDailyNews Take: For accuracy’s sake, perhaps an outlet targeted to IT should’ve taken the time to actually try Mac OS X Tiger before writing about it? If they had—or even just watched Apple’s online QuickTime movie of Exposé—they’d realize what any fool can easily see: Exposé has not been available since Windows 95 and is not even available today in Microsoft’s flagship Windows XP.