What’s ‘new’ in Microsoft’s Vista service pack, er, ‘Windows 7’ is old in Apple’s Mac OS X

CNET’s Seth Rosenblatt is all hot and bothered over the first official release candidate for Windows Vista service pack, er, “Windows 7” Release Candidate which he claims includes “impressive new features like XP Mode and remote streaming media, as well as smaller tweaks to make the OS work better than it did in beta.”

The features CNET shows from Windows Vista service pack, er, “Windows 7” are only “impressive and new” to anyone who hasn’t used Apple’s Mac OS X anytime during the past 8+ years.

Take a look at CNET’s slideshow of stills to see an upside-down and backwards Mac in inaction here.

MacDailyNews Take: Microsoft is the Earl Scheib of operating systems.

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

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