Enlighten me about Mac OS X and Apple…

We’ve come across this quite informative article written by Silver Mac – it helps those out there who are undecided between Apple Mac OS X and Windows XP. I was once undecided but articles like this helped me figure which was best for me. It covers only the basics, but at the end of the day, the basics are what change people’s minds. In this case the writer explains how easy Mac OS X is, and covers topics like viruses and spyware. What got me to like Apple was the design of the operating system. For example, crashes happen very rarely and if a program goes bad, all you do is close that program. This works simply because the programs run on a different layer to the OS meaning you wont have to restart the computer. Personally, as it stands there are very few arguments not to buy an Apple. The ones that exist are weak, such as upgradability, will it run Vista properly etc. One of the old problems was the amount of software available, but Boot Camp has clearly delivered a suitable solution. Personally I think Apple is the future. Have a look for yourself, and if you are an Apple owner, just read it and see how good a decision you made.

We’ve come across this quite informative article written by Silver Mac – it helps those out there who are undecided between Apple Mac OS X and Windows XP. I was once undecided but articles like this helped me figure which was best for me. It covers only the basics, but at the end of the day, the basics are what change people’s minds. In this case the writer explains how easy Mac OS X is, and covers topics like viruses and spyware. What got me to like Apple was the design of the operating system. For example, crashes happen very rarely and if a program goes bad, all you do is close that program. This works simply because the programs run on a different layer to the OS meaning you wont have to restart the computer. Personally, as it stands there are very few arguments not to buy an Apple. The ones that exist are weak, such as upgradability, will it run Vista properly etc. One of the old problems was the amount of software available, but Boot Camp has clearly delivered a suitable solution. Personally I think Apple is the future. Have a look for yourself, and if you are an Apple owner, just read it and see how good a decision you made.

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