What happened to Winamp 4?
You’re not imagining things. Yes, we skipped a version number for the following reasons: • Winamp 5 combines the best aspects of Winamp 2 and Winamp 3 into one player. Hence Winamp 2 + Winamp 3 = Winamp 5! • Who the hell wants to see a Winamp 4 Skin 😛 • We think that a Fibonacci sequence for versioning might be pretty damn cool. • We improved so much in Winamp 5 that we figured it warranted skipping a version.
Kinda like “Leisure Suit Larry 4, The Case of the Missing Floppies.” • Comment – Longhorn Milestone 5 Makes the Rounds Beta 1 (May 6, 2003 – 8:07 AM) WERD • Comment – Longhorn Milestone 5 Makes the Rounds Beta 1 (May 6, 2003 – 7:59 AM) I use XP and OSX on a regular basis at work, I’m a graphic designer. Apple is good for design, s***ty for networking. Example. 25% of the time I try to copy files to my PC server, it crashes the server. Never did this with OS9. XP I never have to reboot. NEVER. I’m going on 3 months without restarting. Apple is moving in the right direction, but still I believe it has more flaws than XP does. Next to Unix, XP is the most stable os on the market. I have to reset my Mac at least once a day just to get installed fonts to work, and even then the screen fonts don’t show up. Sure Microsoft trys to hook you in to specific programs, but with that comes innovation. Can an Apple surf a web page from your file explorer? Yea, building your os around ie may be cheati