Mac vs Windows, etc (1 Viewer)

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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lol, you're a not gonna get an answer, cuz there is none. Some people like win, some like mac. Which is better? Depends on the user. If you feel more comfortable at a mac, go for it.
 
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Henry

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Sep 30, 2003
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lol-I just wanted to hear what other people had to say...unfortunatle, I can' get a mac-I use my parents computer, and we can't afford a new one, and they don't want a new one anyway....:(:(
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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hmmm the question doesn't really make sense. :geek:

You'd probably be better off asking if we like Mac OS or Windows... either that, or the question would be Macs or PC's? :geek:

I know what u mean though, but i prefer PC's, even though i've heard macs are better in some aspects.
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
hmmm the question doesn't really make sense. :geek:

You'd probably be better off asking if we like Mac OS or Windows... either that, or the question would be Macs or PC's? :geek:

I know what u mean though, but i prefer PC's, even though i've heard macs are better in some aspects.
No, HWIENIAWSKI said it better, cuz a Mac can also be a PC. PC is the abbreviation for Personal Computer... since when can a Mac not be personal? ;)
 
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Henry

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Sep 30, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Kaliman ] ++


No, HWIENIAWSKI said it better, cuz a Mac can also be a PC. PC is the abbreviation for Personal Computer... since when can a Mac not be personal? ;)

lol-sorry-in england pc is a windows computer-my bad(I lived there a while)
 

maxmc

Junior Member
Jul 27, 2002
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#9
actually a mac is a pc... in england and in the rest of the world ;-)
but everybody's thinking of a non-mac when talking about pcs...

when talking about macs vs windows one also has to differentiate between the hardware and the OS....

here's a good OS comparison:
http://www.xvsxp.com/
 

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