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Sage advice for the new Mac switcher

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Great post, as long as you're willing to do everything the Apple marketing department wishes you to do
 

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Great post, as long as you're willing to do everything the Apple marketing department wishes you to do
Which post??...this thread is 26 pages long!;)

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I totally agree with all great comments on your sage info for newbies. Excellent and helped me tremendously.
No need to blush.... Gracefully accept the accolades for they are due you.
 
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I totally agree with all great comments on your sage info for newbies. Excellent and helped me tremendously.
No need to blush.... Gracefully accept the accolades for they are due you.

Good to hear, even if is five months later, but still current. ;)
 
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Chas...
I just viewed switch 101 and found it so easy to understand. So thankyou for that link.
Next will check out mac 101.

All of the comments in this thread are so very helpful and makes me feel so comfortable with converting windows to mac.

I can hardly wait to get my MacbookAir,,
 
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oops cannot find the link for mac101
 
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After being a PC user for a few years just starting out on Computers I purchased an iMac and loved it ever since, so simple and straightforward unlike PC's. My wife has a PC Laptop and she is now switching to a MacBook Pro, used for now. When you lok at all the hassles of a PC, the extra time consuming work and frustration it involves Apple is a no brainer. Thanks for the info.
 
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Many thanks for your words of encouragement.
Now that I have made up my mind there is no issue.
I will learn as I go along making apple products work for me
Until such time I feel that I just NEED to have a particular program.
Nothing like a mental change to stimulate those grey cells!
 
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as a newbie to mac i found you thoughts very helpful indeed THANK YOU CHAS-M
 
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Also a newbie here (waiting 1 more week to get my Macbook Pro retina 13") and thank you very much for your post. Real helpful
 

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This thread is supposed to be an information thread rather than for general discussion. We are going to close it. Please post your questions to the appropriate thread.
 
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