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Ten ways Apple improved performance in Mac OS X

updated 11:05 am EDT, Fri June 4, 2004

Mac OS X performance looks at , including BootCache, kernel extensions cache, hot file clustering, working wet detection, on-the-fly defragmentation, prebinding, helping developers create code faster, helping developers create faster code, journaling in HFS plus, and instant-on: "Some of these are simply good ideas and obvious candidates for implementation; some are guidelines or tools for developers to help them create high-performance applications, while some are proactive attempts at extracting performance from strategically chosen quarters."

by MacNN Staff



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