Nothing like a Mac convert who tells everyone how bad it used to be, and how wonderful it is now that he has wised up and seen the light. I spent many years in a Mac-heavy office (publishing software developer) wondering why the Macs, who the users insisted never crashed, always ran perfectly and speedily, and were no-brainers to use, were always locking up, crashing, taking forever to reboot, refusing to print (while the little smiley face apologized), and being difficult to figure out when problems arose.
Then I volunteered in a third-grade computer lab full of Macs, and spent nearly the whole time rebooting locked up machines or troubleshooting errors. Returned a few years later and found an OSX-equipped Mac in the classroom, tried to access a simple record file, and guess what? Yep, crashed. Teacher said it happens all the time, no big deal.
Yep, nothing like a Mac convert-evangelist to tell you how great things are on the other side, at least in his dreams, after he switched from a 5-year-old worn down PC to a new, twice the cost Mac hot off the assembly line..
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