1 week after owning my first Mac in a decade

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by SField, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. hamish5178

    hamish5178 Senior member

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    Not rly. It's true.


    OKCOOL
     


  2. MetroStyles

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    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.
     


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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.
     


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    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
     


  5. MetroStyles

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    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.
     


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    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. [​IMG]
     


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    Mac mice can't even right-click. [​IMG]

    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.
     


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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
    [​IMG]
     


  9. MetroStyles

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    non-existent statistics are non-existent bro.

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


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


  10. hamish5178

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    *bro hug*
     


  11. MetroStyles

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    *bro hug*

    I just popped a broner.
     


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    This thread is gayer than Justin Long.
     


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    This thread is gayer than Justin Long.

    From my hometown. I see him at the bars when I go back. He is a cockfag.
     


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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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