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    Re: Implementing Apple in your school guide coming soon

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    I can't see what a mac can do that a pc can't these days.
    1. Leave you less frustrated

    2. Allow you more time to be more productive

    3. Enjoy the experience

    4. Give you less down time
    I like that short and straight to the point

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    Re: Implementing Apple in your school guide coming soon

    I wish people would make it clear which operating system they're comparing a 'Mac' to - PCs aren't exclusive to Windows

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    Re: Implementing Apple in your school guide coming soon

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    I wish people would make it clear which operating system they're comparing a 'Mac' to - PCs aren't exclusive to Windows
    Although...when you talk of a "personal computer" to just about every person you meet, Windows and "PC" are synonymous. As the fabled market share argument tells us.


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    Re: Implementing Apple in your school guide coming soon

    I wish people would make it clear which operating system they're comparing a 'Mac' to - PCs aren't exclusive to Windows Smile

    Although...when you talk of a "personal computer" to just about every person you meet, Windows and "PC" are synonymous. As the fabled market share argument tells us.
    in the same way that when the general public speak of 'computer viruses' they always fail to mention that they are exclusively MS Windows (TM) Viruses.

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    Re: Implementing Apple in your school guide coming soon

    Quote Originally Posted by yurt
    Quote Originally Posted by ctbjs

    I can't see what a mac can do that a pc can't these days.
    1. Leave you less frustrated

    2. Allow you more time to be more productive

    3. Enjoy the experience

    4. Give you less down time
    Problem with this kind of statement is that there will always be people that have personal experience to the contary. I have had my fair share of frustration with my Mac, I know exactly where all my stuff is and can find shortcuts quicker on my PC so that makes me more productive there and Enjoy isn't the word I would use working with any computer!!

    As has been said before it's all swings and roundabouts depending on the taks and your previous experience.

    Back on track, I'll look forward to that. Good job.

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