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I am getting a notebook after christmas but i dont know if i should get a mac or a pc. I know the good things that people say about mac but i have not really heard the bad so if you could tell me some of the problems you have had with your mac that would really help.
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Macs are stable, elegent and just work.
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Macs are stable, elegent and just work.
agreed. I also like the peace of my I have when using it. I dont have to worry about viruses (yet). The saying "it just works" is perfect and apple stands true to this claim. I love my mac. I like having an apple laptop and a pc desktop. its the best of both worlds in my opinion.
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No problems--period. I just wish I would have put some more RAM in my PowerBook G4 15" 1.67 Ghz laptop...but that is simply my fault.

You'll enjoy them!

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I have never had any problems with the Macs I have owned.

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heres something to think about.


1. Macs dont get virus'
2. Macs are faster and easier to set up "out of the box"
3. Macs CAN run winblowz if you want to have it on there too just for some win only appz.
4. Macs are Affordable for all buyers starting at just $599 for the Mini ( i have) $999 for the iMAC, $1099 for the Macbook (I Have) and all come loaded with pre-installed software that doesnt come with other PC's
5. Great customer support and care. Best out on the market IMO.
6. Goto an Apple Store and play around....youll see what im talking about.
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1. Macs dont get virus'
Wrong.

Just because there aren't any viruses for Mac OS X currently, does not mean that a Mac running OS X couldn't get one should one ever surface.

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