Mac OS X Is Sound, Stable, But Wait Until It Gets Better

March 23, 2001

THE MAIN COMPUTER operating systems for consumers, the Macintosh OS and the home version of Windows, haven’t had a major overhaul in years. In fact, neither has ever been imbued with the industrial-strength underlying architecture that assures great stability and reliability in big-business operating systems. As a result, computers in homes and small businesses crash and freeze up way too often.