Thread: Should I make a switch?
02-01-2004, 06:32 AM #1AtheistGuestShould I make a switch?
I'm about to get a laptop, and i'm completely mesmerized by the Powerbook.
I do graphics editing(photoshop), webdesigning and server side scripting languages like php.
Apart from that, i also do programming, VB.NET/ASP.NET and java. I'm wondering if a powerbook would be suitable for me, also the Virtual PC, if i'd install Visual Studio onto it, would it be lagged? Since it's an emulator, that's all for now, thanks. So my question is, should i make a switch?
NOTE: i made a similiar post in the Powerbook forum(i realised i posted in the wrong forums), and it didn't get much response, pardon me for posting this again.
02-01-2004, 09:11 AM #2Mr.Curlynose1Guest
Yeah. It's worth it for the non-crashability.
02-01-2004, 12:11 PM #3
Originally Posted by Atheist
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02-01-2004, 01:25 PM #4AtheistGuest
Thanks for the info so far
Has anyone tried running visual studio on VPC?
02-14-2004, 04:42 AM #5mrchaoticaGuestOriginally Posted by Atheist
Of course, depending on how much VB and ASP programming you do, you may be better off with a Windows computer (or, better yet, use a real programming language instead of VB!)
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