Originally Posted by thecommish16
What are some limitations of Mac OS?
Define limitations. There isn't the same volume of software for OS X than there is for Windows, but that's only a limitation if something you need only has Windows software for it. The way Open GL is implemented in OS X causes Open GL software to run slower on OS X than on Windows. This is a limitation if you play games or you do 3D modelling/layout. Moreso for games, however, as Macs have a nice little niche built in the movie industry for 3D. OS X is controlled differently than Windows, which can be a limitation if you don't want to learn how to do things differently. The iSight works like a regular webcam, however iChat has issues doing video chat with PC AIM users and no other chat software supports video except Yahoo Messenger—which, coincidentally enough, had a new beta released just today with the features the PC version has had for years—and future versions of Adium should their plans go through. EDIT: I take that back...the new messenger doesn't have chatrooms or anything. It's exactly the same as the old one but it has a slicker interface and, ZOMG!, avatar support!