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#1 Nvyseal

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 07:20 PM

Here is a great article on yet another user switching from a PC to a MAC

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There is one thing I really do like about my new MacBook: It is a good laptop for running Vista (using Boot Camp), even if it is a bit expensive for that purpose considering its specs. But after two weeks of resisting, I am dropping back to Vista on my MacBook, at least during this critical week, when I will be covering both MacWorld and CES and will have no patience for a computer that gets in my way and apps that don't work the way they should. Vista and XP also run inside Mac OS X using virtualization apps like VMWare Fusion, which I have tried and find amazing--but a bit slow for production work. Upgrading my MacBook's memory may help performance, and I plan on giving that a try.

I still want to give myself more time to get comfortable with the Mac, but I don't know how much longer I'll be able to stand apps that don't work (like Aventail or HP's printer drivers) or an e-mail product that makes me less productive than Outlook. If I was starting from scratch and buying my first computer, or if neither I nor my wife worked for companies with entrenched non-Mac-friendly e-mail systems, I might be singing a different song. But we're not high school students, we're grownups with serious amounts of technological baggage. The Mac has not been treating us well as we've tried to switch.

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Must be sad when one would rather use Vista than OS X on a MAC




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