'Official' New Member Thread: Welcome

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by arn, Jul 18, 2002.

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  1. Evy-N-T-town macrumors newbie

    Joined:
    Mar 26, 2019
    Location:
    Jenks
    #2101
    Like the rest, I am a newbie.

    I was blessed with the gift of owning my first MacBookPro, in 2009. Unfamiliar with computers, I have been terrified to use it much. I’ve had every iPhone since the iPhone 4, and would never want any other brand. Approaching 50YO, I wish to learn so much more and really understand what the Mac products offer and take full advantage!


    I think with my lack of wisdom I will remain just a quiet reader, allowing those all knowing to educate me.

    May we all feel enlightened without ever being made to feel foolish.
    Thank you!
    From Tulsa, Oklahoma!
     
  2. Soul72 macrumors newbie

    Soul72

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    Mar 29, 2019
    Location:
    Budapest - Hungary
    #2102
    Hi to everybody, just joined your forum.
    Nice to be part of this community.
     
  3. LurkNoMore macrumors newbie

    LurkNoMore

    Joined:
    Apr 3, 2019
    Location:
    MetroWest
    #2103
    "I've been alive forever, and I wrote the very first song. I put the words and the melo... "
    Wait. Wrong lyric. I meant to say:
    I've been lurking here forever. Like every time I need to make an upgrade purchase, I check in.
    As my avatar indicates, I possess a 4,1->5,1 8-core early 2009. And that'll be my prime focus.
    I'm mainly a CS (now CC) creative and I've always been just far enough behind the curve to ask: "Is photoshop really supposed to take this long? I should've stayed with System 7 and Quark 3.2."
    So, yeah. Old enough to be underwhelmed by each new, bloaty, tedious, time-sucking "upgrade" thrown at us by our silicon masters.
    But naive enough to stay engaged.
     
  4. Blur Busters macrumors newbie

    Blur Busters

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    Apr 8, 2019
    Location:
    Toronto & Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    #2104
    Hello here.

    Founder of Blur Busters / TestUFO here.

    Joined because of the newer 120Hz iPads, and also to hopefully help Apple fix a browser bug with TestUFO.
     
  5. Macpiglet macrumors newbie

    Macpiglet

    Joined:
    Apr 5, 2019
    Location:
    England
    #2105
    Hello all. I’ve browsed here in the past, but returned last week when the new Air came out to attempt to confirm my strong feeling that it was time for me to get a new iPad :) I read various threads and in the end went for a refurbished 10.5 Pro (fingers crossed on the white spot issue). It came yesterday and so far I love it. I also got an Apple Pencil and I’m just amazed by what it’s possible to do with the iPad, the pencil and Notability. Just fabulous :)

    I seem to be approaching ancient - not sure how or when that happened! I’m a very enthusiastic computer user, but not technical in any sense. My desktop is Windows both at work and at home, but I absolutely love my iPad (and iPhone), and use it more than anything else (except for my MP3 player - audiobook addiction).

    I’ve already had a lot of help here - thank you very much for that. It’s very much appreciated :)
     
  6. alexcrm macrumors newbie

    Joined:
    Apr 17, 2019
    #2106
    Hi there! New here, I'm from Italy and I love the Mac world. I've a Late 2011 MBP, modified by me with an SSD, 8 GB of ram, a 4 Bluetooth module for use continuity with macOS Mojave and a bluray player. I'm here for being constantly updated on Mac world!
    Thx :)
     
  7. it wasnt me macrumors newbie

    it wasnt me

    Joined:
    Apr 18, 2019
    Location:
    the internet, mostly
    #2107
    Hi, everyone,

    almost 9 years of Android, moved to iOS last month, feeling fine (yet). Expect dumb questions and even dumber answers from me in the future.
     
  8. Nebula29 macrumors newbie

    Nebula29

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    Apr 29, 2019
    #2108
    Cheers! Not sure if I actually qualify to respond as I have been seeing/following MacRumors for years, just never signed up. The article on the new Peanuts short - All Systems are Go prompted a joining however. A die hard Snoopy fan. And in that vein and to follow the theme - We have lift off! (To my subscription to this site.) Thank you for your welcome.
     
  9. iKnow1Word macrumors newbie

    iKnow1Word

    Joined:
    May 6, 2019
    #2109
    Hello! I've gone from Samsung for most of my life and then I tried the Pixel 3 and I think I'm done with Android. Samsung's can barely last a few years before the software implodes and Pixel 3's performance has been kind of jank.

    I'm thinking the next gen of iPhone might be for me now!
     
  10. novcross macrumors newbie

    novcross

    Joined:
    May 8, 2019
    Location:
    Mobile Al
    #2110
    Greetings Ladies n Gents,
    Looking forward to digging thru the tons of post to glean information about my new toy
    yep its old but the more I use it the more I realize I should have came into the light years ago.

    Glad there are people who care enough about others to compile a free treasure trove of knowledge, rock on !
     
  11. Sir Charles82 macrumors newbie

    Sir Charles82

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    May 10, 2019
    Location:
    Vienna
    #2111
    Hello,
    just newly signed uo after extensively using the threads on unsupported macs. As fan of forums I thought joining will hurt nobody and perhaps some questions of mine can be answered.
     
  12. Taff Evans macrumors newbie

    Taff Evans

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    May 11, 2019
    Location:
    Yorkshire Uk
    #2112
    Hi Folks, Taff here....just wanted to say "Hello" and say that i am glad to be here. Retired now and spending far too much time trying to learn about the older Mac Pros, specifically the 2,1, so will be trawling the forums to see what gems i can find. Thank you for having me...
     
  13. OSX_rulez macrumors newbie

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    Jun 6, 2019
    Location:
    Italy
    #2114
    Hello all, I'm a long time MacRumors forums "lurker" and Apple user since 1984. Now it's time to ask some questions here that Apple support staff couldn't answer!
     
  14. Mariner19 macrumors newbie

    Mariner19

    Joined:
    Jun 8, 2019
    Location:
    South Carolina, USA
    #2115
    I'm a newbie as being a registered member of the macrumors site. I've owned several Apple products since 2008, my 1st Mac Pro 1,1 was purchased in 2010 with Snow Leopard, 1 TB HDD, base line processors,2 optical drives, the very basic video card, it had minimal memory - 6 GM of various modules. Since that time I have done several upgrades. 2,1, 3GHz Quad-core Intel Xeon processors, SeaGate 1TB for OS / programs, Samsung SSD 250GB for Windows10 bootcamp, WD Black 1TB HDD x2, Pioneer BD-RW BDR-2090, ATI Radeon HD 5770 video card, replaced memory to 16GB DDR2. Currently running 2 displays. That was the easy stuff to do. Biggest challenge I ran into was the install of my current OS Mavericks 10.9 which I still currently use with no issues. My plan is to get a little more life span out of my Mac Pro with the install of El Capitan 10.11. I note there are 2 members that have worked hard developing the procedure. I could use all the help that is available.
     
  15. liborio99 macrumors newbie

    Joined:
    Thursday
    #2116
    Hello everyone,
    I'm just joining this forum because I'm a passionate restorer of Apple products, and in particular MacPro, PowerBook and MacBook.
    I write from Italy.
     
  16. trifle macrumors newbie

    trifle

    Joined:
    Yesterday
    #2117
    I have been modifying computers since... we'll have stories later. For now, I've written a few kernel drivers (RSX-11,AT&TUNIX SVR4, Linux, Windows) and I like to make things work.

    My latest project is a gifted iMac 24" A1200 with Nvidia 7300GT that I would like to run OS X El Capitan. I'm seriously considering using the MacPostFactor 2.0.1 tool.

    Let me know soon if this is folly, and if no, which kexts I should download and activate.
     

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