Tiger has been out for a few months now, and the Mac OS X update packs quite a punch. And while many of Tiger’s major new features have been extensively profiled, there’s still plenty to OS X 10.4 that remains hidden from all but the geekiest of Mac users.
Our October 2005 cover story—arriving on a newsstand near you within the next week—exposes some of Tiger’s secrets, from new Widgets to slick features added to Preview. In this latest installment of the Macworld Podcast, I spoke with Contributing Editor Christopher Breen and Senior Editor Rob Griffiths, who both contributed to the October article, about some of Tiger’s finer points.
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