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6string

 
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Mac Specs: Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)

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Adding to Chris H's post....
Macs are very user friendly, to the extent that even someone who has never used a computer before, can get on a mac, and find their way around in minutes. To top it off, there are many mac tutorials that come with many applications, as well as the many tutorials on the apple site.... such as "Learn your way around Macs in minutes.
Majority of Mac users have very few, if not no issues with their computers, and enjoy seamless use of their operating systems , unlike majority of PC users (windows OS), who have the constant battle of freezes, crashes, virus's, trojans, as well as the financial burden and time without their systems while being repaired.
Apple OS's are designed to go with the computers that are made by Apple, therefor, eliminating compatibility issues, unlike Windows.
Macs give you a reliable package, while Windows gives you just the OS.
If you've heard the expression "once you've gone a Mac, you can't go back".....that rings so true for so many, or at least for everyone that I know who spent many years with windows, then converted, and can't help but to say that they can't believe that they didn't make the change sooner.
I better stop there, and allow others to add to that, or the possible few that have had a couple of hiccups, that may wish to disagree.
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