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Poll: What do you think of Mac computers? (Regardless of price)


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Well, I'm telling you that I have 3 computers with G4 / 500 computers with 64MB only, running OS X ... In "Fantastic Run" the question is also what the needs are. For the needs of this office is fine.

I suggest you try uploading tiny programs like Terminal or TextEdit and count how many times their icon jumps in the Dock, then go to Parallel and run a dos window or the scribe (Wordpad) and you'll see the difference, the difference between tedious and really unreasonable and instant standby.

If you open a number Of each and every other folder or two in the Finder situation will become an unbearable exercise  > :(

By the way, how about the link I brought to an article on OS X 10.1 in Arstechnica? Especially on the following sentence:

"If you are serious about using OS X on your current system, and you currently have less than 512MB or , you should consider upgrading. "

Remember, you talked about 64MB and the "fantastic runner" in the same breath. It's not serious : nono:

[The difference between the companies is that Apple has set up to receive offers from users, which received tens of thousands of inquiries, according to topics. Apple was not ashamed and changed many things following referrals.

I do not recall that Microsoft did On such a scale, before publishing a particular product in a particular version (and I am a Microsoft subscriber)

When I spoke about the changes Apple made, I also meant changes from the beta to the first version, as well as changes from the first to 10.1.

The truth? If the advantage of He is a more attentive public ombudsman ... Let him be::) I will let you enjoy the doubt, first and foremost because what interests me is not the way but the result. And WinXP already in its current version serves me in a way that OS X simply can not, and I do not see that changing soon.

You are welcome to contact previous discussions in the discussion and to read again about the variety of small programs, their high cost, the Hebrew support that does not really exist, the limited user interface and much more. The stylish desktop and other shticks are just as important in comparison to all of these.

By the way, even if I could run XP on the computers of the , I would choose And I've made many points about why I prefer this platform.

Microsoft updates immigrants (and Will rise more and more pushing).

From what I know Service Packs to NT4 and Win2k have always been free to download from the . If things have changed I would be happy if you add here a reference to MS's announcement of the change of situation.

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When I saw Gates' announcement of the XP, I am so amused, and I suppose you too, see him separate from the dos.

Finally, after so many years, the average physical user has a management system Normal ... (will agree with me that the vast majority of home users still work with 95 98 me ...)

Again, fantastic runs, for the user and his needs.

As someone who works for Microsoft, you probably know how much your subscription costs.

For future updates, if you have not read yet, I expect you will read in the future.

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When I saw Gates' announcement of the XP, I am so amused, and I suppose you too, see him separate from the dos.

It's a pity I missed, because I know for certain that even in There is a command-line interface, yes, yes, the same dos of time, only in the window.

And if you mean that dos does not serve as a basis for a kernel , So really old news - XP is actually NT 5.1, that is, the last child to a completely separate system that is already out in 1993 (actually, as NT_Admin you probably know how far the WinnT and Dos kernels are, are not they?)

So we stayed with the interface issue. Here, too, I do not have anything to say in any operating system that respects itself, there is a CLI, and so is it Finally surrendered and added it to OS X (the requirements and needs of Power-users have already been talked to ...)

Finally, after so many years, the average physical user has a management system Normal ... (will agree with me that the vast majority of home users still work with 95 98 me ...)

A small patch you have, Finally Mac users have a comprehensive management system Normal ...

We already had a Win9x management system Completely superior to what was on MacOS, want an example? In Windos, when you wanted to run Photoshop and Freihand - they just came up (even if you had a computer with little memory), all thanks to the management Dynamic And clever use of virtual memory. On the other hand, you often get error messages about not having enough memory allocated to one or both programs ... even if you decided to set up a system Yes use In virtual memory.

What to do? Try again, this time with a larger memory allocation for the conscientious application, really fun! ;)

Since the days of the dos, I did not have to manually set memory (by the way, even then we had the memmaker, not that it was related to Win9x and this discussion ...), 6 has years in Windows have the convenience of "forget and forget" that users They could only dream of her ...

And you can not claim that these limitations were positive, for even On their own, OS X decided to abandon it and adopt dynamic memory management like windows.

If you want to claim that Apple copied it from Unix, be my guest, the main thing is that we, Win9x users, enjoyed it first, much earlier ...

Again, fantastic runs, for the user and his needs.

You can repeat it over and over again, it will not become necessary. From my experience and mine. Until a week ago I got to work occasionally with a Cube that came with so little memory. I do not want to tell you how long it took him to raise the terminal, sometime I stopped counting jumps in the Dock, it was so slow. Fortunately, we upgraded his memory a few days ago and the situation improved a little.

By the way, we'll see you asking the forum Ort or Walla Can you expect "fantastic" performance with OS X and 64 Mega Memory ...

As someone who works for Microsoft, you probably know how much your subscription costs.

This is not relevant to all hundreds of millions of end users or to all those companies that do not deal directly with computers.

I have not heard of a travel agency that has subscribed to MSDN, and I do not think you'll have anything new here ...

For future updates, if you have not read yet, I expect you will read in the future.

... You can do better than that

If you want to convince, you should get used to giving links. Service Packs have not cost money to date, and if anything has changed, you have to prove it.

By the way, I did not have time to reply to your second message, because somehow it no longer appears (maybe deleted in the server transfer? Enc0der?).

Of course, if you return / rewrite / rewrite, I would be very happy to comment on it.

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Prognathous, I've read all your comments, and I have to say that I understand quite a lot of things.

Not that I knew anything about Macs before, but you made quite a bit of sense.

Thanks !

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I am really happy to hear that there are those who read and are interested :)

Despite all the smoke from the personal attacks that have appeared here and the style of the Mac fans, it turns out that there is still power for truth, facts and reasons.

By the way, after hearing both sides, would you consider purchasing Mac? Ignore the price, think about the most powerful PC in front of the flagship And on the range of topics raised in this and other discussions.

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I would not buy the truth.

Because of 2 reasons.

1. I have no desire to move to a platform, which means new software, get used to new things, and I'm not in a state of doing it, and because I'm lazy; That's why I also do not touch all the editions of Linux, because after a bitter experience with REDHAT, and MANDRAKE, I suffered a severe shock, one that does not recover from it quickly.

2. For my primitive needs, like the Internet, some games, and too much room for music and movies, I do not even need a computer that I have right now, but it's there.

But if I were to buy a new computer, it would not be the top of the top, but I'd buy a Pentium 3 800 with a lot of space and lots of RAM, which Apple did not really understand.

Apple can not offer me a GIGA 140 of space, and organize such a thing in the Sky, would leave me homeless, but the proud owner of a computer .

So ........ Pavel says no to Apple.

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Yes you are right !

Everyone is right!

Everyone and what he / she likes / wants,

This discussion is busy and long,

And I threw my IAMC - and I bought G4 CUTT !!!!

And every husband will come And I would like that too! Why?

1. OSX!

2. Performence!

3. sexy!

4. See the last three reasons.

Conclusion: Those who love Blessed is the one who loves Mac that will be blessed as well.

Who has And moves to MAC = Smart

Anyone who has a Mac and goes to PC love games!

I think we should end this.

Thanks.

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