OK, my last post about a few things that did not go too well installing Fedora got me some interesting comments. Donut worry, OSX is hardly perfect, as the screenshot below shows.
16GB of RAM for a mail application? That seems a bit much. And of course, OSX being so good at preventing runaway processes from gobbling all memory, this brings the rest of the machine to a crawl.
For reference, this represents, if I don’t get my units wrong like for my last post, about 262144 Commodore 64, or half a month of production at Commodore’s peak.
And to add insult to injury, the Window server crashed on me while I was typing this post. OSX does not like being criticized, and it’s clearly self-aware.