“Even Apple doesn’t list every little change to [Mac OS X Leopard’s] multi-gigabyte mass of code…and here and there, I found useful little tweaks that never get any press. Just as I did following my review of Windows Vista, I’ve decided to take advantage of this e-newsletter to mention a few of them,” David Pogue reports for The New York Times.
• Find the Menu
• Three-keystroke application launcher
• Menu-bar calculator
• Dictionary lookups
• Command-click a folder to bypass Stacks
• Grid spacing returns
• Telltale icons
• Three more Time Machines
• iChat alerts
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Hermann” for the heads up.]