Leopard: the flowing, highly visual operating system arrives and we're excited
First off, both NoteTaker and NoteShare work great with Leopard. If you're a registered user of our products, you can download the new versions (free upgrades) today and get started using Leopard later today. We've included a QuickLook plug-in (separate installation) that takes advantage of Leopard's highly visual experience when using the Finder to browse and display your files and documents.
CoverFlow is one of the best reasons for going Leopard; it's so pleasing to the eye to browse this way. As for performance, in my case, my old PowerBook G4 just seems to be faster running Leopard (start-up, launching applications and shutting down the system). I have Vista too (running on a very hopped up DELL system) and it's not nearly as fast or as clean running so far as Leopard has shown. Maybe it's not a useful comparison but Leopard just feels and performs like a better engineered operating system. At any rate, NoteTaker and NoteShare are Leopard compatible today. And if you have an iPhone too, check out our newly enhanced Create Web Notebook feature that generates iPhone aware web sites. Very powerful.
And one more nice thing to say about Leopard; Spaces really adds a lot to reducing desktop clutter while allowing you to customize your workflow according to applications and groups. It's a Leopard feature I'm using daily now.
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