What would you like to see changed in OS X?

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It’s been a little while since Mountain Lion was released. What do you hope Apple changes in the next version of OS X?

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jimlynch
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Get rid of the damned faux leather in iCal! Ugh. It is so ugly. It has to be one of the worst design decisions Apple has ever made.

dthomas
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I’d like to see an uninstaller tool, so it would be easier to get rid of the associated file clutter when you drag an application to the trash can to uninstall it. Come on, if Microsoft can do it, why can’t (or won’t) Apple? 

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