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[Ted-Sheltons-Computer:~] tshelton% uptime
6:44AM up 24 days, 11:27, 2 users, load averages: 0.23, 0.21, 0.26
Of course it helps that it is really NeXTStep, first released commercially in 1988 and built on top of BSD Unix. So you have a product that has been under development for thirty something years. It had better be solid! But then the question has to be posed -- why can't Microsoft build as good a product with all of their $billions?