im thinking of getting a new one but i cant stand macs!! theyre so complicated for me.
takes a wee bit of getting used to, but working on a mac is much simpler than a PC, no installing of drivers, no complex innstalls, no 10 minutes spent on Windows' typical:
"You shure you want to do that?"
"You really really shure?"
"If you choose yes now you won't be able to undo"
"So you're shure then?"
*throws laptop out of the window* (no pun intended)
Best thing about choosing a mac is you got a great network that'll help you switch, and be there more or less 24/7. Hey, we can even start a "mac hotline"-thread here ;D
One piece of advice that I have for any type of computer is too be careful when touching the LCD screen. Try your best not to press down too hard on it...you should also ask wherever/whoever that you purchase it from what the best way to clean it is.
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When I got my Mac, I was offered a Microsoft Package (with words, powerpoint, msn, etc) or an Apple package (with keynotes, pages, etc). I bought the Apple package because I was so sick of Microsoft at that point but now that I have both, Microsoft is much better at text editing software than Apple.
So I would suggest getting the Microsoft for Mac package with a Macbook
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also a mac genius (to be found at their retail stores) can move all your files from your PC to your mac for free. I am on my tried and trusty old laptop now, but am getting a macbook as a graduation gift. Not sure I can wait until the end of the semester. I was debating between the pro and the regular macbook, but in the end opted for the regular since I really won't use all the features of the pro and it's bigger/heavier and I travel a lot and don't need a 17 screen. I can't wait though....