Some people have used them as email servers, or as a internet gateway. If you have a high speed connection, you could set it up to act as a server and share files with it. Otherwise, you could make it a game Mac for some kids, donate it to either a school or daycare center, or gut it and make it into a planter.Originally posted by Hobgobble
Oh yeah - we also have my wife's Performa 630CD somewhere. It's currently collecting dust. Any suggestions for it?
I think I remember an article saying they usually determine market share solely based on new computers being sold.Originally posted by dukestreet
I've stated this before, but I'm wondering if anyone here knows more. Apple has about a 5% market share and window machines, what, 80% (not sure the exact number) but how accurate is this? If so many people use and have both types, doesn't that change the numbers? I'd think so.
hehehehe , good job this is a mac forum, or there may be some people who'd take offenceOriginally posted by britboy
I think it's just because mac users inherently have a bigger brain capacity, and thus are able to learn both os's
i always thought mac were also concidered PC users 2 since they use modern computers that arent liked those UNIVAC computers or anything like that n a book bout clarisworks it was calling a macintosh computer a PCOriginally posted by Unix Is Easy?
Wow 20 voted yes, wasn't expecting that. I'm a long-time PC (i.e. x86) user (aren't Mac's Personal Computers as well) my sig, in a nutshell, explains my reasoning. As I said, my interest is increasing but I still think Apple has a way's off before it will peak.