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Old Oct 1, 2008, 04:32 PM   #2
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i'm all for Mac supremecy, but we seem to all be getting very very very obsessed with all this. Who cares who is browsing the net on a mac, all I care about is the creative industries use of macs. If you can get photoshop figures, mac vs pc, that would be more interesting.

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i'm all for Mac supremecy, but we seem to all be getting very very very obsessed with all this.
I think what's more telling is that "Vista only increased by 0.48% with 18.33%." So from their data it would appear that far more people are adopting Macs than new Vista boxes.
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I don't think THAT'S true. Vista is on all PCs sold these days (though I know many then upgrade to XP).

Instead, I think it's that Windows users are learning to stay off of the Internet to protect their PCs
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