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Alright guys I know I am new to this whole mac thing being a hardcore pc user myself, but I have started a new project I am working on. What happens when a hardcore pc user looks into a mac and starts to use it atleast everyday for thirty minutes, will I actually decide to go with pc or will I end up with mac.

I will be conducting research about each operating system the userbility I am doing a hardcore study on both of these OSs and am going to try to find out which OS really is better.

I am going to post atleast three times a week an article on my findings and the new information I have learned.

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Well, it should be interesting

are you going to stick to technical aspects or allow impressions and feelings to creep in to the blog?

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Sounds like an interesting project to document.

One small suggestion--MAC is an acronym used in the networking community which has nothing to do with Apple. Some Mac users are disturbed by seeing MAC (referring to an Apple computer) in all caps. Only the M should be capitalized. It's a common pet-peeve in the Apple community. Normally, I wouldn't bring this up based on a single post, but the Mac users reading your blog will notice it like a stain on an otherwise clean shirt.
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Oops. Accidentally double posted.
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Your question of which OS is "better" is nonsensical. It's like asking whether a banana is better than an orange.

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Sorry, but your link has been removed. Our rules are very clear on the subject:

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