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Summary

You have learned a lot about OS X’s version of the venerable Finder. Some of the application’s features have remained the same, and some are quite different—perhaps to the Apple fans’ collective dismay. While change is not always better, these changes have made the Finder (and the rest of the OS X interface) a much better environment in which to work.

But where did all of these changes come from? What makes OS X so different from earlier versions of Mac OS? In Chapter 6, you’ll get a peek inside the OS X architecture, and see why it has more in common with old Unix machines than with brand-new PCs.


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