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Switcher Hangout The place for switchers to discuss their new machines, and how to work with OS X. General support can be had here for newbie stuff, like "How do I restart my new iMac?" :)

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Hello my name is Dave and I'm a recovering Windows user. I still have flashbacks of updating my antivirus and spyware software, running spyware scans and generally wasting time not being productive. I will survive, I just have to go one day at a time. I am strong enough, smart enough, and doggone it....I'm really loving my new mac. :mac:
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welcome and i am glad you feel the same way i do about my Macs

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I to have issues. I keep having these... these... urges to use my Windows box... I spent $40 on more virus programs last week. This one still wasn't good enough, I need more ****it, more!!!!

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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i seriously cannot imagine buying a windows machine for my personal computing anymore. welcome.


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Hello my name is Dave and I'm a recovering Windows user. I still have flashbacks of updating my antivirus and spyware software, running spyware scans and generally wasting time not being productive. I will survive, I just have to go one day at a time. I am strong enough, smart enough, and doggone it....I'm really loving my new mac. :mac:
Welcome to the forums. Enjoy your mac.

But seriously. That sounded like an introuduction at an AA meeting. Maybe this should be a support forum. In a way, I guess it is

Macbook: 2ghz Core Duo, 2gb Ram

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We call you people Microholics... okay not really. Welcome aboard. Enjoy the mac and all it has to offer.

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welcome dave. i am a new mac user too. i don't know why i waited so long. it has been amazing having a computer just work...all the time...without crashing...or bogging down...or having to update virus definitions...i couldn't be happier with my mac.
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Hello my name is Dave and I'm a recovering Windows user. I still have flashbacks of updating my antivirus and spyware software, running spyware scans and generally wasting time not being productive. I will survive, I just have to go one day at a time. I am strong enough, smart enough, and doggone it....I'm really loving my new mac. :mac:
lol I am orderin a Mini. My expensive, blazing fat desktop PC's motherboard "fried itself." That's it. No explanation, no reason. lol
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