313 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Feb 14, 2013 8:58 AM by Linc Davis
I was a user of Snow Leopard on a May 2009 White MacBook, until it finally caved in in early 2011 (due to a lot of use!).
In 2011, I sold it and used an iPad from Nov.11 all the way until Dec.12, no PC or Macs!
The 10.6 system was always fast, efficient and only showed pressure when it was fairly under it. As many of you will know, that used the old Core 2 Duo 2.13GHz chip and an older OS compared to my current Mac, the mid 2012 13" MB Pro.
This new machine is 2.5GHz Core i5 with 4GB Ram (twice the original MB) and other bumped up specs..
I can only suspect Mountain Lion is the cause of all this, this is a personal opinion, but I think the new features introduced in the time I was not using a Mac (The iOS style app launcher, no more spaces, these new trackpad gestures etc) just aren't useful and bog up the system.
Maybe I'm doing something to the system, maybe you can relate? But what's your opinion on this!