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Well, I can change your statistics, because I use both, and only use the mac
when absolutely required for business reasons. They are fine, IF you are
willing to do what someone has pre-decided what you want to do, but if you
want flexibility, then the mac ain't it. Way too limited in available
software. Botom line: mac is more trouble free and ok for those who only
want to do the simpler tasks.
OK, apple freaks - lets have it, 'cause I know it's coming, but someone had
to set the tables straight!
ChiKA, AKA #08234
> Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 20:26:25 +0200
> From: "Erik Pfingstner" <erikpfingstner at freenet_de>
> Subject: AW: Apple Computer was Caution, Virus
> Ha Ha Ha!
> You know, I heard many people saying bad things about Mac. Yet the common
> denominator among these people was that they had never used a Mac. Every
> single person I talked to who had used a Mac for a while sweared on it and
> many stayed with Mac. My next computer will be a Mac.
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