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  #260920 4-Oct-2009 09:11
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Geektastic: I'm really impressed that anyone running Windows managed to find something to brag about! Way to go!

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I am really impressed that you've been here this long and haven't learned no to be a fanboy troll. It's not like Apple Mac OS X is any better.




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  #260927 4-Oct-2009 09:23
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Oh I've learned but sometimes poking the anthill is fun - especially in OT forums where the rules are a bit slacker..! ;-)

Based solely on personal experience I have to say that in fact Mac OS X is actually better though. In general I have experienced far fewer serious issues in my Mac OS environment than I have when using Windows.

That's not scientific or anything but certainly is my personal experience. I have to say that Mac OS X is also usually more straightforward to use. In fact sometimes too straightforward - when I bought my first Mac, I spent ages trying to open the CD drive using right click eject etc.

Had to get the book out to discover that there was simply an 'Eject' button on the keyboard.....!!! Doh.





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