This is a discussion on are you a mac or a windows user? within the Apple iPad Polls forums, part of the Apple iPad Forums category; Originally Posted by David79 Well my new laptop showing up tmo is half the price of the cheapest mac , cheaper then dropping $1000 how ...
I am a mac user
I am a windows user
I use both
Thanks for that link Poser. I need all the help I can get. But I don't have the time to get into them right now so I'm saving all of them for when I get back from a holiday. Thanks again
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A grand is what i have found, I know they are built like a tank though.Originally Posted by Poser
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After enduring the transition from clicking to tapping on a trackpad, I then had to get used to tapping and swiping on a screen and I also find myself swiping the screen of my laptop which I use less than 5% of the time on a daily basis. Dealing with the cord on the mouse connected to the Windows computers at work is so much more of a hassle though.Originally Posted by leelai
The Apple store had a guy help set up my email, but he was a putz. I was adding my email accounts, for instance, and I asked how to change the display name. He said he didn't think I could do that. Duh. I might be an Apple idiot, but I knew that couldn't be right. He answered two other questions the same way, so I figured I was wasting my time with someone who shouldn't have been hired.
I haven't had much time to mess around with the MPB, and I don't know that I want to spend the time learning, because I use Windows exclusively at work, and that's where I do most of my computer stuff.
That's a good idea, but if I were to buy another device it would be a portable printer I could use with my iPad. Then I wouldn't have to compete with a large number of people for access to one of the limited number of computer terminals at one of the smaller campuses where I teach. (Like most professors at my institutuon, I don't have my own office at work.)Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
everything is more organized on a mac, the applications are no different to use, you use the web the same way.
not here to convince you, you are just giving up for no reason. you might think you know a lot about windows, but you don't, you just know the basics(many years of just basic), with a mac, you go further than basics, you have user experience, because it is so simple to learn.
take a look at this....Mac OS X Hints - A community-built collection of OS X hints
Waiting for that “Next Thing” means you’d never buy anything.
I'm tech lazy and am getting what I need done on Windows, so I never was motivated to switch. I just happened to need a new laptop and my husband suggested I get a Mac so he could maybe mess with it to develop stuff. (He's a dedicated PC guy who builds his own computers.) I figured why not, since iPad was so easy to pick up. But I apparently have too much Windows muscle memory when it comes to laptops.
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