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post #16 of 131
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post


Not rly. It's true.

OKCOOL
post #17 of 131
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Originally Posted by hamish5178 View Post
OKCOOL

Don't be upset with me, bro. The simple fact of the matter is, PCs are more efficient when it comes to anything that involves a keyboard. Macs are generally better for things that involve a mouse. Almost everything I do I prefer to use a keyboard and shortcuts for, so PCs work better for me.

BTW I tried a Mac for several months with an open mind, but because of the way I use a computer, it was not a good fit.

Neither is inherently better or worse.
post #18 of 131
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Uh. . .

Are you saying by the time you want a new tower you don't also want a new monitor?
I spent a pretty penny on a Samsung 25.5" 1600x1440 LCD a few years back. Will be replacing the desktop in the coming months, with no plan on replacing the monitor. So to answer your question, not necessarily.
post #19 of 131
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Don't be upset with me, bro. The simple fact of the matter is, PCs are more efficient when it comes to anything that involves a keyboard. Macs are generally better for things that involve a mouse. Almost everything I do I prefer to use a keyboard and shortcuts for, so PCs work better for me.

BTW I tried a Mac for several months with an open mind, but because of the way I use a computer, it was not a good fit.

Neither is inherently better or worse.

Preference is preference bro
post #20 of 131
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Originally Posted by spencers View Post
Preference is preference bro

Yep, and 95% of people who prefer using a mouse will prefer a Mac, while 95% of people who prefer a keyboard/Excel/numbers stuff will prefer a PC.

Correlation is correlation, bro.
post #21 of 131
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Don't be upset with me, bro. The simple fact of the matter is, PCs are more efficient when it comes to anything that involves a keyboard. Macs are generally better for things that involve a mouse. Almost everything I do I prefer to use a keyboard and shortcuts for, so PCs work better for me.

BTW I tried a Mac for several months with an open mind, but because of the way I use a computer, it was not a good fit.

Neither is inherently better or worse.
Mac mice can't even right-click.
post #22 of 131
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Originally Posted by holymadness View Post
Mac mice can't even right-click.

Yes they can. Apple mice have had right-click since 2005. I'm not a fan of Apple's mice, though, so I use a Logitech Performance MX which has all programmable buttons you could want.
post #23 of 131
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Yep, and 95% of people who prefer using a mouse will prefer a Mac, while 95% of people who prefer a keyboard/Excel/numbers stuff will prefer a PC.

Correlation is correlation, bro.

non-existent statistics are non-existent bro.

Philosophy, rather than hard science, seems to be your area of expertise. Plabro. Socbrotes
post #24 of 131
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Originally Posted by hamish5178 View Post
non-existent statistics are non-existent bro.

Philosophy, rather than hard science, seems to be your area of expertise. Plabro. Socbrotes

We get it. You like your Mac. It ruelz. Now don't ruin all the goodwill we have between us with one petty threak.
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*bro hug*
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*bro hug*

I just popped a broner.
post #27 of 131
This thread is gayer than Justin Long.
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post
This thread is gayer than Justin Long.

From my hometown. I see him at the bars when I go back. He is a cockfag.
post #29 of 131
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From my hometown. I see him at the bars when I go back. He is a cockfag.

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post #30 of 131
I have to admit, the more I use my iPod Touch, the more tempted I am to get an iPhone. I'm just concerned about reception and having the same business (email/Outlook sync'ing) funtionality as my B-berry.
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