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  • Parihaka
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  • chankya
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    Originally posted by Herodotus View Post
    I haven't used an Apple since the '80s, we're talking Apple II+ and Laser 128, ancient machines. Never got on the Mac bandwagon. Mostly I feel like this guy: One thing PC users can do that Mac users can't... :))
    Thanks! That was hilarious. :))

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    I haven't used an Apple since the '80s, we're talking Apple II+ and Laser 128, ancient machines. Never got on the Mac bandwagon. Mostly I feel like this guy: One thing PC users can do that Mac users can't... :))

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  • Shek
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    Originally posted by indus creed View Post
    Congratulations, Sir! What is the configuration?
    It's the base 24" iMac model - 2.66 GHz processor, 640GB HD, 4GB RAM. I've got Parallels w/XP installed so that way I can run some of my Windows specific software still as we make the transition and in case the wife has a hard time making the change.

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  • indus creed
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    Originally posted by Shek View Post
    Just got my 24" iMac, and it friggin' rocks!
    Congratulations, Sir! What is the configuration?

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  • Doomarias
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    sad to see another fall

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  • bonehead
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    Congratulations on your new toy/tool. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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  • Parihaka
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    Originally posted by Shek View Post
    It's going to take a bit to relearn some stuff, but with a fleet of iPods, I figured it was time to make the jump.
    The biggest mistake I've made in learning Macs and associated software is to look for complexity that isn't there.
    Because I move between the two OS's often, I tend to carry the microsoft 'nothing is easy, everything requires 20 stages' to the MAC's 'one-click' origins.
    The simple answer is the one the Mac programmers invariably use.
    Also, be aware that because they aren't big and flashing, doesn't mean they aren't buttons. Look carefully at all the boxes on each of the windows that open.

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  • Shek
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    Originally posted by Parihaka View Post
    Welcome to the light side Jedi.
    It's going to take a bit to relearn some stuff, but with a fleet of iPods, I figured it was time to make the jump.

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  • Parihaka
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    Welcome to the light side Jedi.

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  • Shek
    started a topic iMac Rocks!

    iMac Rocks!

    Just got my 24" iMac, and it friggin' rocks!
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