11-09-2006, 03:33 AM
okay so you dont like it, thats great!
now have you taken the time to consider that you are on a completely new operating system and that you are not going to have a handle on it from the very first second that you started using it. that you are going to have to learn a completely new operating system. you bought a mac and not a windows machine, please dont expect it to be a windows machine.
if you dont like the right click feature and the scrolling on the trackpad i do believe there is a way to turn it off. do that and it will no longer be a problem
now you called your macbook a "laptop" it is not a laptop, it is a notebook, it is not intended to be sitting on your lap. it says that all over apples website if you were to have researched your purchase thoroughly.
i too have found windows and pro-microsoft websites to be very misleading as well. no matter how many times i have fixed my Dell it never worked for longer than 20 hours, it BSOD'd every 20 minutes if i were lucky to get that far. so i decided i'd try something new and i have loved the switch since i have done it and have bought another mac since. i also did not run around to other windows forums saying that their machines are worthless
beyond this i wonder wether or not your professors in college ever told you what a paragraph was and that it is okay to create new ones on occasion.
if you are still within your 14 days from purchase feel free to return it back to apple and get your dell, if not head on over to ebay and get rid of it there.
Thanks for stopping bye!