Grrr... Apple ruined my Dell Notebook!

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Deano.uk, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. Deano.uk macrumors regular

    Deano.uk

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    I find it very hard to use my dell notebook now... and after alot of thought im going to blame Apple for this.

    Since using my new Macbook when i go back to my dell i struggle to use the touchpad to navigate as i keep trying to press it in to click... my windows+Q button does bugger all an i am too impatient to wait for the boot that i open up programs while windows is still thinking about working and crashing it.

    now thanks to apple i feel like i have to abandon my notebook and focus my future computing in a 100% mac environment...

    Rant over :D
     
  2. Tallest Skil macrumors P6

    Tallest Skil

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    Welcome to the light.

    To ease your transition, might I suggest a Mac theme and pseudo-Dock for Windows? :D
     
  3. Deano.uk thread starter macrumors regular

    Deano.uk

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    cheers!

    I installed windows 7 a few weeks ago before i got my macbook, however before then i had vista running with rocketdock as i always liked the dock idea in macs... as soon as i manage to transfer my itunes library i wont have much of a need for my PC anymore. :cool:

    only thing i wasnt happy with my mac is that it wasted my time after the unboxing... i schedualed a full 3 hours to set it up and configure it and it took the best part of 20mins... and i somtimes feel lonley at night thinking that there is nothing to defrag or no registry to maintain with some adware program...

    any sugestions on what i can do with all this free time ive got now as im lost!
     
  4. odej98 macrumors member

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    LMAO - Some people just don't get it until they see it for themselves!
    Welcome to bliss!

    My wife had a student in class today complain about the computer he was using. He claimed his at home was so much easier, better, faster, . . . . .etc.
    My wife asked: "You have a mac at home don't you?"
    He proudly admitted to it.

    After being a windows user for most of the previous decade, it took me about 4 months to completely cleanse my fears and insecurities. I now use that extra time for productive things.
     
  5. Deano.uk thread starter macrumors regular

    Deano.uk

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    lol, classic!

    ive had it for a day and i am amazed! its an amazing piece of hardware and perfectly coded software... im gutted its taken me all these years to finally get one!
     
  6. odej98 macrumors member

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    It took me 1.5 days to learn what it took me 9 years on MSWin
     
  7. surflordca macrumors 6502a

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    I guess there is only one thing to say.
    WAY TO GO :apple:
     

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