) Well, you kind of answered your own question there. If you can't use the software you need to on a Mac, then it's probably not the best choice for you... unless you use Boot Camp, which it sounds like you're willing to do. I would say it's great" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - Future Engineering Student Thinking of Switching
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1) Well, you kind of answered your own question there. If you can't use the software you need to on a Mac, then it's probably not the best choice for you... unless you use Boot Camp, which it sounds like you're willing to do. I would say it's great to have the option to have Windows for the one or two things you need it for, and great to be able to do your other computing on OS X. Best of both worlds.

2) I would say the 13" MBP is really just a slightly upgraded Macbook. Go for the 15" if you want "pro" performance.

3) Broad question, but come back with some more specific ones and you're sure to get a lot of advice and feedback.
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