Huh? I much prefer doing that kind of serious work on my home office iMac than my Windows PC at work, because it is so much more efficient.i totally disagree with chas_m in many ways. Mac is nice and fun if you only need play music, see videos and pictures and have a few e-mails a day. But when it comes to real wok, like 100 or 200's e-mails a day, many windows, folders and files open at same time, - its not functional any more. there are so many working functions missing on mac software, that you take for granted on PC, - that it makes your work more slow on mac.
This sticky post has been a brilliant resource for a new mac user and an interesting read. I notice that the original post by Chas was written back in 2010. I want to install the suggested utilities but notice that some of them are no longer in use, or are out dated. Is there an up to date list of utilities that a new mac user should think about installing?
Thanks in advance.
I wonder does Chas_Mstill feels he same way about anti virus as he did in 2010?
Just bought a Mac Book Pro and was wondering about the Flip4Mac WMV player, it seems that it is not free anymore?
Sorry for the newbie questions.