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Originally Posted by heskemo
I have this problem already.. but dont blame me, I am a windows guy and i just switched to mac....
Nobody is blaming you for anything. :black:
However, Mac OS is not for everybody. There is no shame or foul made if you return the computer you just bought.
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i have found out that the performance is not as strong as windows.
You are correct... at least according to your personal experience. You admitted that you are a "Windows guy". You are more comfortable using Windows and therefore a new OS will not seem "as strong" at first... maybe it never will. It may be that a Mac is not the best choice of computer for YOU. Again, nothing wrong with that.
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Originally Posted by heskemo
I need some postive suggestion, not returning them, but know how to use it wisely.
If you don't want to return it and you really do want to learn Macs, then the best advice I can give you is the same advice I give to any new Mac user.

Forget EVERYTHING you know about Windows. Don't compare Mac OS to Windows in any way, shape or form. Start from scratch and learn Mac as if you never used a computer before. Until you do, you are only going to have a difficult time getting the hang of the new OS.

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