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    The mac 13
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    Lightbulb Complain(for a good cause) about anything mac
    ok guys, complain anything that you don like in a mac. anything fr its policies to its frequent mouse non-responding problem(i think). then when i have lots of complains,i will mail apple bout this thread. i know that you like a mac.ME 2. but it also have some probs no matter what. i guess that you have to agree on that. my purpose of this thread is so that apple can improve n more will switch. think different. SHOOT!

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    o ya ther r problms n we mst sned a lettr 2 appl or lse!i meen, we will lve wit dese probs 4eva.

    Really. There are problems with everything. Maybe I should go start a thread about how Fisher Price's new small toys choke little children if they eat them. Let's send a letter to them!

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    The mac 13
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    absulute zero, please specify the probs that you encounter ONLY in macs...

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    The Mac is perfect. </what everyone is going to say>

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    They have a whole team of developers that already does these sort of things..

    my only complaint about the mac so far is it doesn't filter out pages created by children on forums or even prevent them from posting stupid stuff..

    Can apple fix this problem of mine?

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    I almost want to remove my previous post, I don't want to discourage you from purchasing a Mac, but honestly I could care less if they lose a sale. Because with Tiger coming out I'm sure they will dominate PeeCee's in the graphics field (as if they don't already). I see nothing but growth for Apple, but anyways..

    You need to calm down, spend more time mowing lawns than posting. Get yourself a cheaper (used) iBook than the one in your profile until you turn 16 and get a real job and then save up for a faster machine.

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    Absolute Zero's Avatar
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    Wow sKaD, I haven't seen you post in forever. You remember me? I used to be Mac dude. We used to talk on AIM, haven't seen you on though.

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    I had a kernal panic the other day..my first and only....upsetting it was...I shouldn't have to deal with that. Also...sometimes it's just weird. I can't think of any specific problems right now, but I will have programs crash once in a while. Not a perfect machine, but I do now prefer it over my pc.

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    Kernel Panics... man, had those all the time. They slowly disapeared though.
    Usually happens when one of your apps is whoring the RAM and the kernel doesn't like that.

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    well iMovie has a whole other issue catagory. Been so bad that I have to plug my system to restart it. I get a SBBOD (Spinning Beach Ball of Death). But thats only on the Macs are school buys except for for the G5. My PB runs it fine and even my G3 All-in-one!

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    I have only had one kernal panic in the 3 years that I have owned my machine.. Ill count myself lucky

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    i hate apple business moves.

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    It's a good point, and I guess some 90% of business is really run the same.

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    The mac 13
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    ok witeshark and macAddikt, more details pls.THANKS!

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    The mac 13
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAddikt
    i hate apple business moves.
    is it the apple's paid extended warranty? :confused:

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