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Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by etexas, Feb 23, 2009.
Some good words! Very True!
I don't recall running anything with you. Am I just getting forgetful in my old age?
I bought Megan (my wife) a MacBook, she has ALWAYS used PC. After just TWO days she said it is the BEST most computer she has EVER worked on!
I like my mini-mac!!!!!
The mini is nice! I am currently using a 2009 MacBook Pro,.......FAST! Nice looking machine as well aluminum body glass screen with a black frame around it! That is another PC issue I have.....they are SO UGLY! You heard me PC people. Your PC is so ugly you throw a sheet over that puppy when guests come!
Folks; I'm sure this kind of thing can wait till after the Lord's day; may have to reconsider if this forum needs adding to the shut down list.
Doh! We will be nice Chris!
? For Mac owners, our Macs are nor ONLY GREAT computers but they lokk like high-end modern artwork, which BEGS the question, why are PCs so ugly?????? If a chimp could slap a computer together you would find a thing looking MUCH like the average PC. They are not elegant.
Not only that, but we have classy skins. Mine is Old Glory.
You all quit poking fun at my PC!! I just built one and I am quite happy with it.
LOL! Sorry Beth! I was not really serious, I, in point of fact have seen some decent looking PCs, I was just baiting.
Oh I know..I am just kidding too! I am sure Macs are awesome but I am too invested in PC but even if I weren't I am not enough of a computer geek to pay for perfection. My computer does what I need it to do. If there is a glitch, I fix it and move on. If I can't fix it I throw a little fit and then move on. So far with my new build using Vista x64 only one glitch using a USB hub. It hung up my system. It is annoying to think such a small things could impact the whole. I am sure there is a fix for it. I'll get to it eventually.
Beth: semi-computer geek
OSX on my mac-mini is just great.
Curiosity had me load windows 7 on my old laptop, it works but it's still peeeeeceeeee.
I have WordSearch8 and SwordSearcher running on my mac, so I really have no need to fire up the peeeeeceeeeee anymore.
I use a PC because, in seminary, I had to have Logos. Now I know that Logos for Mac is out now but there is no PBB reader yet and, being in seminary, I can't afford a Mac. Btw, my batter on my HP lasts 4 hours easily. I did have to upgrade the battery but it can be done. I would gladly switch to a Mac if someone wants to help out a poor seminary student, til then, I voted PC
I beta tested the Logos for Mac, and yes it's not yet up to PC standards of expectation if you are running it on PC.
I made the jump to Ubuntu 9.04. It would have been interesting had this poll been constructed with a third option for Linux.
To mangle an earlier quote, if you've got a Mac, you're half-way there to Linux, you're just still paying too much!
Dell currently sells Ubuntu laptops for $50 less than a comparable unit loaded w/Windows. Plus most software is freeware, and I've been pleasantly surprised with what I've tried thus far. I only have two programs that I will need to run under Wine.
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May you all have a very blessed Lord's Day.
My PC "finally" died, so Martin bought me e Mac. I love it
This poll was a bit unfair. It alienated the non-Windows/DOS/OS/2 users that are usually considered PC users and the Macintosh OS users considered Mac users. My OS can run on what's usually considered Mac or PC. Nonetheless, I am running it now on a former Windows machine so I voted PC. =D
I know that this is an old thread but I have a question....
Has ANYONE gotten Logos Bible Software to run on ANY FLAVOR of Linux???
arggg!! It's the only thing tethering me to Windows!!
I will not give up my Logos!