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Discussion in 'Gear' started by ammotroop, Feb 20, 2010.
So basically, your only rebuttal is to avoid the Mac product?
Thanks for seeing it my way.
Hey, once again I'd like to say if you do anything media related heavily- you have the one legit excuse to spend money on a mac.
The rest... probably 40 year old guys that think they're just the hip new thing. Seems like every nerdy looking old guy I see hanging around the food court in the mall has a Mac these days.
The mac track-pad smokes the traditional PC mouse anyway. It's faster and smarter. There is no argument.
It's not about what's better...
dude i sold my soul to the liberal scum and bought a mac. I havnt looked back since. I was just so tired of getting the PC viruses and I havnt had one problem with the macbook pro. It only sucks if you want computer games since it craps out on those.
It's all about what's better...
Hold on a second. Don't you work on technology? Why is it you can't figure out how to right-click on a Mac???
Every copy of MacOS X ever sold has allowed you to right click. Every mouse/trackpad sold by Apple over the last few years allows you to right click. So... again I ask... how hard is it???
Seems to me it isn't. As far as I can tell, it's about people who can't figure out how to right click and don't understand that the iTunes store was designed specifically to work easily with iTunes and iPods (which is exactly why most people like iTunes and iPods).
I haven't bothered trying to figure it out, I actually didn't even know. I only use my girlfriends MAC and since it has no obvious Right Click, I use the command key.