Fixes and features Apple should build into Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

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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47 Comments

  1. I would love to see better Exchange integration in Mail, iCal, Address Book and iSync. I use a Mac in an Exchange environment at my work. Groupcal and AddressX work well, but I would love to see full integration available.

  2. Oh for crying out loud, Mesh, will you drop it already? Your unceasing paranoia about something that hasn’t even happened yet is really getting on my nerves. If you’re so terrified about your security, why don’t you switch to a more secure platform? (Oh, right.)

  3. Funny these lists all come out a month before the WWDC. For Apple to integrate what the customer wants, they need to see these type of lists a year or so earlier. The storyboard comes first, not last. I think we are in for a surprise.

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