I was never too sure about this whole Mac thing.
My sister, on the other hand, has always been a fan.
I used her computer once to write a college paper and, used to PCs, got
frustrated by the backwards delete function.
PCs were much more prevalent, I assumed they were better. Looking back,
that's kind of like saying that VHS is better than Beta. VHS players
were more popular and the price was better. Even though they won the
videocassette player war, the quality was just not there.
When MP3 players became a craze, the iPod slowly
and market share. Then the iPhone came along. But, I still wasn't
Even though I was tired of hearing about the
latest Windows security emergency, I stuck by my guns. Until
the laptop I used profusely, the Sony VAIO, suddenly lost it's WiFi
capabilities. After discovering that the problem did not occur until
after an automatic Windows update, I decided I would grant the Mac a
new look. And, I've never looked back.
Try It, You'll Like It
I got my MacBook Air (and my iPod Nano), I realized that the
time I would ever willingly use a PC is when there is no other option.
did try to use my VAIO for a simple print job and was summarily told
that I needed to download the proper driver. In a hurry, I plugged the
printer into my Mac and it recognized the printer immediately.
friend of mine is the head of IT for a local county. His department
supports over 600 users. When I asked how many tech support people he
had, I was told 2. Two people. For over 600 users. That is a testament
to the easy computing capability of the Mac.
I can't think of a reason to ever go back to PCs.
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