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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

What do you use your ibook for ?


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Well, WHAT DO YOU USE YOUR IBOOK FOR


I use mine for school work, music, dvd's (although not very much), some photo editing, instant messaging (but not through i chat) and a lot of internet (mostly this forum site!)

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I use mine for computing
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tinternet, school work, dvds / avis, email, MSN, LOTS of photoshop and even adobe premiere :dummy: ibooks kick ***
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I use mine for computing


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tinternet, school work, dvds / avis, email, MSN, LOTS of photoshop and even adobe premiere :dummy: ibooks kick ***

ya they do !

i love mine :mac:
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i use mine for listlening to music and also for internet surfing. Also, an ocassional game or two... Would play DVS's on mine, but sadly, i don't have a DVD plater

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i use mine for listlening to music and also for internet surfing. Also, an ocassional game or two... Would play DVS's on mine, but sadly, i don't have a DVD plater

kwl - what is a dvd plater?
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Work: Photo Editing, photoshop, web design stuff (I run a LAMP) web server.
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that's pretty much it
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I use mine for web development, surfing/im's, music, picture editing/organization and sometimes ill watch movies on it.
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regular day to day use (net, word, etc.)
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internet, music, photos, dvds, pretty much everything


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Let me see, I use it on network service calls to help me troubleshoot networks, set up wireless routers/AP's, Check my email and look up things on the web when I am on the go and need info or drivers, Music, Videos and most other computer related stuff I do away from home. Use it at the house to troubleshoot network issues. Also use it to update the firmware in my router.

I used to use my Thinkpad for that but this iBook is so small and light and stable, I prefer it to the larger Thinkpad although the Thinkpad has never ever let me down either.
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wow thanks for a load of replies,

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i use mine for listlening to music and also for internet surfing. Also, an ocassional game or two... Would play DVS's on mine, but sadly, i don't have a DVD plater - how good YOUR mac


my mac is the bst ever. i love it and it never lets me down - never! :mac:
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