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I'm a recent PC to Mac user.

I'm going to try to help you people make the best decision possible.
First off, i've been a Windows user for over 10 years, never in my life did I even think of switching to Mac, I assumed it was crap, for geeks, bad graphics, and over-priced.

Let me tell you all something, the day I switched to the Mac I remember sitting in the washroom on the toilet and thinking, 'Why didn't I switch earlier?!'. WOW.

Macs layout, the over all feel, theme, colors, bright screen, amazing looks on the hardware, sleek and simple yet the best looking computer devices/mouses/keyboards. The amazing touchpad on the macbook pro unibody is priceless, you can go back and forward in firefox with a swipe of your 3 fingers.. The keyboard is priceless, no noise, soo smooth. I love it.

If you paid me $100.00 for free I would not go back to Windows, ever.

MAKE THE SWITCH, YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT. MACS ARE A LITTLE EXPENSIVE BUT THEY HAVE GOOD REASON TO BE - IT IS WELL WORTH THE PRICE IN THE LONG TERM!
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Well, I guess around here that's just preaching to the choir. But I used PCs since they first came out, sometime around 1980. Anyway, I switched to Macs about 3 years ago and I'm still just as excited and enthusiastic about them as Fore. So if there are any undecided folks reading this forum, my advice is, just do it!
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Let me tell you all something, the day I switched to the Mac I remember sitting in the washroom on the toilet and thinking, 'Why didn't I switch earlier?!'. WOW.
ROFL and when you get used to the mac, the best thinking will be in front of the monitor (on your mac) also! lol

Have fun!

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