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Posted 2/21/11
There is a reason why no one started this thread. Apple is the root of all evil.
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Posted 2/21/11
I'm thinking about switching from a PC to a Mac for my next laptop, but I'm not sure...
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Posted 2/24/11 , edited 2/24/11

Ultimatedarkelzallon wrote:



I'm not sure but this could be the new design for the new MacBook Pro



The new design is now appearing on Apple's website

http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/features.html
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Posted 2/24/11
I honestly hate mac's. I have a 17inch macbook pro, and about 4 iMacs in my house. My mom likes them because they're easy to use & I need it for Final Cut Pro. Aside from graphical use, theirs really nothing else about them.

I think final cut pro is the only mac exclusive editing software, If your not using that, I'd say you were better off with a PC, preferably from the Sony Vaio brand.
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Posted 2/24/11
Yes, I'm using a MacBook Pro and really enjoy it, though I don't use it for graphics.

I was so used to PC's that crashed and had stupid errors all the time that the laptop was really a breath of fresh air.
Posted 2/26/11
Well I don't really like Mac I think it's because I'm not the creative type....
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Posted 2/26/11
I have Windows.
But I had an Apple laptop before I had Windows and I have to say I like Apple's set up much better.
Posted 2/26/11
I like Mac because I can calibrate its ColorSync for CMYK or RGB proofing and it doesn't crash as much as PC.
Mac crashes because you're doing something wrong, while Windows are the ones that actually start the problems.
Mac accepts most font types, while a regular PC cannot accept postscript type (e.g., Helvetica or Futura).
I lean towards the Mac more when it comes to Adobe features.
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Posted 2/26/11
I just miss the days when Apple was just a mere Fruit . . . . . . .
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Posted 3/4/11
I always like Mac over PC because of virus issues and it's convenience to use. I have the early 2008 Macbook Pro and still use it up until today.
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Posted 3/4/11
I want a macbook pro since i'm going into design lol
but it's expensive.
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Posted 4/27/11
When you are really into Mac, you feel like PC is the old school and Mac is the future computer.
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Posted 4/27/11
I have a MacBook, and I'm pretty happy with it. My sister's Pro keeps lagging and freezing, though.
Posted 4/27/11
Well, any OS feels good after you use a Micro$hit computer. I mean seriously.

People say windows is better for ONE REASON ONLY.......



I don't even know why anyone would get a Microsoft product, Windows is slowly becoming a shadow of Mac and Android(Getting a computer OS).

Basically for anyone who reads this post. If you got the cash, get a Mac, having a working windows machine is a fairytale...
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Posted 4/27/11
They see me trollin', they hatin'

Macs - super expensive, but well-designed and great for programming, design, and graphics. If you have a problem with it, take it to the apple store and go to the genius bar and they will fix it or replace it. Get AppleCare so you don't have to pay for the repairs - it pays for itself if you ever have any problems. Good for the novice or the programmer who doesn't want to waste time configuring linux.
PCs - ubiquitous and cheap. If you know what you're doing (or know someone who does), you can set it up to work just well enough for you. Or if you're a business customer (or do IT for one), managing tens or hundreds or thousands of computers is much easier. It's not the best programming environment, but it's not particularly bad.
Linux computers - you're not reading this thread because you're too 1337 and Arch Linux is like totally the best,

Really, though, come on. Everything that's successful is successful for a reason. If both are selling well then clearly they have their own different selling points.
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