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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    I've got Win 7 Ultimate on my Bootcamp partition.

    I don't see whats so great about it. Unless you're more fascinated by totally useless bling and bloatware.
    Nope wrong. I like the fact that the ntfs is backward compatable with every version out there.


    You should REALLY study up and not take what bitter jealous Windows folks tell you about Mac.
    I have bud. its linux no matter what you want to think.

    Tell me this? does the DOD use mac? lol


    How about almost 5 straight years of ZERO instances of the blue screen of death.
    I have yet to see the "blue screen of death" on any machine I have worked with. I have yet to have any windows after 2000 crash ever!!!
    One does not greet death when he knocks at your door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    And it would cost you about a grand a month for a dedicated line into your house.

    Hell I was happy when I was able to move up from 28.8 to 33.6!

    Remember the days of AOL version 2.0? When they were sending out the floppy discs like junk mail?
    yup but I used it at the office. Man those were fun days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zafod View Post
    Nope wrong. I like the fact that the ntfs is backward compatable with every version out there.
    Mac can also read FAT32 and NTFS. I have to swap files between my personal MacBook I took to Afghanistan and the DoD Winboxes.


    I have bud. its linux no matter what you want to think.
    It's actually Unix.

    Tell me this? does the DOD use mac? lol
    Yes as a matter of fact we do. AFN has used mac based AVID editors for years.

    Two years ago DoD released a Gold Master Disc of OS X.

    Army Public Affairs editing kits now come with 15" Mac Book Pros.



    I have yet to see the "blue screen of death" on any machine I have worked with. I have yet to have any windows after 2000 crash ever!!!
    Then you must have gone straight from NT 4 to 7.

    I've seen the BSoD on every Win-based machine I've ever used. '95...ME...XP...you name it.
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    [QUOTE=txradioguy;349207][QUOTE=Zafod;349202]Nope wrong. I like the fact that the ntfs is backward compatable with every version out there.

    Mac can also read FAT32 and NTFS. I have to swap files between my personal MacBook I took to Afghanistan and the DoD Winboxes.




    It's actually Unix.



    Yes as a matter of fact we do. AFN has used mac based AVID editors for years.

    Two years ago DoD released a Gold Master Disc of OS X.

    Army Public Affairs editing kits now come with 15" Mac Book Pros.





    Then you must have gone straight from NT 4 to 7.

    I've seen the BSoD on every Win-based machine I've ever used. '95...ME...XP...you name it.
    ah well again I am not going to win you over the same as you wont win me over.

    I just refuse to pay 4 times as much for the same thing. Plus I like the freedom.

    I will say this like I did elsewhere, fuck iphone :p
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    and for the record, I have built from 98 through 7.

    no blue screen of death ever.

    I have seen plenty of the colorwheel of death in my day :D
    One does not greet death when he knocks at your door.

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    One does not greet death when he knocks at your door.

    Nay you repeatedly punch him in the throat as he slowly drags you away.
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    [QUOTE=Zafod;349209][QUOTE=txradioguy;349207]
    Quote Originally Posted by Zafod View Post
    Nope wrong. I like the fact that the ntfs is backward compatable with every version out there.

    ah well again I am not going to win you over the same as you wont win me over.

    I just refuse to pay 4 times as much for the same thing. Plus I like the freedom.

    I will say this like I did elsewhere, fuck iphone :p
    It isn't four times as much. Yes, the cheapest macbook is four times as much as the cheapest PC laptop but that's not apples to apples.

    If you actually sit down with a paper and pen, as I did before buying this macbook about two years ago, using the configs available from Bestbuy compared to the configs available from Macconnection what you end up with is the $1100-$1300 Macbook vs a similarly appointed Sony Vaio coming in for about $100 less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zafod View Post
    15 Reasons why Macs are still better than Windows PC's

    http://apcmag.com/15_reasons_macs_ar...an_windows.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    15 Reasons why Macs are still better than Windows PC's

    http://apcmag.com/15_reasons_macs_ar...an_windows.htm
    You did notice that Nova is arguing for your side.
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