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Jon-Mikko
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Hey guys and gals.

I'm seriously considering a switch to mac. I've been browsing through these forums for some hints of wether or not to switch, and all i've found is, well, pro-mac, good stuff. I'd like to have some feedback from people that are NOT satisfied with their mac.

What is bad with macs?
Is there anything that I should take into consideration before switching?
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Hey guys and gals.

I'm seriously considering a switch to mac. I've been browsing through these forums for some hints of wether or not to switch, and all i've found is, well, pro-mac, good stuff. I'd like to have some feedback from people that are NOT satisfied with their mac.

What is bad with macs?
Is there anything that I should take into consideration before switching?
Something that really stinlks is that I got so much more desk space. I really don't know what to do with myself. I really wish Apple would make their stuff more clunky and awkward. ARRGGHGHHHH!
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Lol, thats not really a bad problem. Hi, I have been a PC user from age 6, and now I was 11 when I got my first own iBook G4, MY OWN. I am 12 now, just turned it, and it is really great and easy to use. The only problem is that with a laptop, one time it froze when I started to play a game, and on a laptop you have to talk out the battery. No biggie, so I say BRING ON THE SWITCH!
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I'm 17, and have been using a combination of PC and Amiga systems over the years (Most of you are from the US: Amiga was a very successful home computer here with the PC and Mac throughout the 80s and 90s - the new OS is in development) and last November I switched my mian machine to an eMac.
I have never been so satisfied with the capabilties AND style of such a computer.

It is in daily use, and has remained faithful so far, and hopefully MANY years to come.
the only niggle i have to say about the MAC is that Apple do NOT supply enough RAM with most machines.
Anything below 384Mb can sometimes be nasty.
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