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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Bengt77, Feb 23, 2004.
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I'll agree Macs are better for personal use. But uncrashable isn't no where near correct.
Nothing is completely uncrashable, not Windows, a Mac, a *nix box, or whatever. But the Mac OS does seem less prone to the gradual onset of general system instability that you see with Windows after a while of use/installations/etc. And while it's true that a properly configured and maintained Windows installation can be just as stable, virus-free, and secure as OS X, it also takes significantly greater effort and knowledge to achieve this on Windows.
Very well stated rueyeet.
I've had tons of programs crash on me, but only 2 kernal panics.
Thats good enough for me.
When I have an application that locks up I don't let it drag my system to a restart I kill the process.
Well he didn't say uncrashable, he just said nearly uncrashable. I have to say that it's a pretty fair label considering my experience with OS X.