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At 9/24/11 08:36 PM, Zippy-MyMusic wrote: And they're both great computers and rarely have problems in any situation. I have no preference for either, and love them both equally.What's wrong with me?
You are an ideal person. Too bad none of us are. I just hate apple and the mouse on a mac.
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What have I done with my life?
At 9/25/11 02:35 PM, Timchik wrote:At 9/25/11 12:48 PM, aListers wrote:iPod. iPhone.At 9/24/11 08:36 PM, Zippy-MyMusic wrote: And they're both great computers and rarely have problems in any situation. I have no preference for either, and love them both equally.You are an ideal person. Too bad none of us are. I just hate apple and the mouse on a mac.What's wrong with me?
Both of which are overpriced, poorly made Foxconn hardware sold at inflated prices to people looking to buy a brand rather than a product in the hopes of appearing trendy and showing off to their friends.
It has been proven that it is very possible to make MP3 players, tablets, and "smartphones" better and more easily affordable than Apple can. They already have a reputation of being visionaries that constantly move technology forward, but they did not invent the tablet PC, they did not invent the MP3 player, and they did not invent the "smartphone".
The most recent, truly important innovation Apple has created was before Apple even existed. In 1975, Steve Wozniak built the Apple I computer after Steve Jobs told him that he believed that computers should be purchasable pre-built. All of the designing of the Apple I was done by Steve Wozniak, but he doesn't even work for Apple anymore.
At 9/25/11 12:48 PM, aListers wrote:At 9/24/11 08:36 PM, Zippy-MyMusic wrote: And they're both great computers and rarely have problems in any situation. I have no preference for either, and love them both equally.You are an ideal person. Too bad none of us are. I just hate apple and the mouse on a mac.What's wrong with me?
I use a logitech usb mouse (because i dislike trac pads in general)
At 9/24/11 09:22 PM, DirtyMeatball wrote: My mom's mac is running Windows 7 just fine and I don't fully understand how.
Your Mom is obviously a 1337 h4x0r
Yes I do like cheese..... incase you couldnt tell from my name....
Meh. I like PC better. I used Macs in my old school and they just don't compare.
Coming from a computer guru of course
At 9/25/11 08:59 PM, WadeFulp wrote: Although in 2009 it was 91.23% Windows, and 7.28%, so Apple has gained some ground, as far as our visitors are concerned. :)
Which means that about 93 years from now everyone will be using macs.
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The reason you are able to respect both OP is because of the fact that both of the OS's are good and have both advantages and disadvantages.
At 9/25/11 10:01 AM, Addict wrote: Sell your PC and Mac and get a brand new computer that's x10 better than both
That's not a bad idea in itself. There are plenty of computer parts that you can buy to build your own computer with your own specs and it'll cost less if you do it right, but you gotta put time into it. For example, you want a great processor that you can overclock? Try building around the i5 2500k, where you can-
HP Desktops usually are the best, especially with the Ubuntu OS on it.
Are you serious? Although I've got nothing against HP personally, I hear it's kinda difficult (though not impossible) to upgrade them. And you're paying for another person to build your computer, rather than build it yourself... Ubuntu OS is nice, and although I have only a little bit of experience with it, I'd prefer Windows 7 over it (because I know what I'm doing in 7, although I will probably triple boot my next computer with 7 and two Linux-based OS's just to play around).
All in all, branding doesn't make computers better... Specs do, and branding is in no way a spec (regarding the computer as a whole). You get what they build........
At 9/24/11 08:36 PM, Zippy-MyMusic wrote:What's wrong with me?
I don't get why you said "What's wrong with me?". Nothing's wrong with you for owning a PC & a Mac.
Same thing to me that there's nothing wrong with me for using the ampersand (&).
The only difference between mac and pc is price. Which makes macs a disgusting business if you think about it.
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