- Apr 26, 2005
I never had any problems Switching, I had a very smooth transition. A friend recently asked me how difficult it was and I said it was easy. What do you all have to say?
I have... I want more and more and more Apple products! <crazed hyperventilation>mduser63 said:Switching was really easy for me too. I was sort of worried before I switched that I'd run into problems that I didn't anticipate. Can't say I've really had any major problems with the switch.
GodBless said:Who needs games anyway?
Games take time away from reality. Macs give you more time to spend in reality. This is because you can be more productive on a Mac (compared to using Linux or Windows) for the following reasons: less steps to do the same task, no viruses, more stable, easier to use, more consistent interface, professionally made Applications (it is rare to find a poorly made Application (even freeware) for the mac but it is hard to find a good windows program), visually eye catching (makes you want to use your computer and work hard) and much, much more. Therefore games on a Mac would be a contradiction of one of my ethics which is no games period because games are a distraction from the things that really matter in life. Macs take me places. Games don't.iPollo said:The only things that I must use my PC for are 1. Games and 2. Burn DVDs...