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Old 02-23-2011, 04:09 PM   #1
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So I did it...being a long time PC user, I finally crossed over to the "dark side"...Got my first Mac today.

Its almost like I'm back in the early 90's trying to learn how to use my first ever PC...completely lost, lol. I have managed to get connected and online obviously.

Anyone else do the transition form PC to Mac?

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It was only a matter of time.... Resistance is futile.... Muahahahaha!!!

I did it 3 yrs ago.... And I'll never go back...I Have a Mac Pro... installed Parallels and now Run windoze on the Mac, for the times I need it for Work...
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I switched several years ago to a Macbook... I like the fact that no one bothers to make viruses for them... On my second one now, since my oldest needed one for school, then changed his major... Youngest has my old one. Just upgraded to snow leopard the other day...
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is the upgrade to snow leopard free? I don't think this has it...
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Moved to Mac 6 years ago and I will never go back either! Mac is so much more simple, plus my computer never crashes like my piece of junk PC did. Replaced the hard drive on that sucker twice! I'm on my second Mac as well. Just last summer went to a MacBook Pro from a Mac mini. I love this computer. I take it everywhere, and I've managed to not damage it, which is surprising because I'm so accident-proned.
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is the upgrade to snow leopard free? I don't think this has it...
its not free but i think if you already have 10.5 the upgrade is only $30. or something.
click on the apple (top left) and click "about this mac" if you have 10.6 its snow leopard.

i use an ibook g4 from 2005 and it still runs better that a lot of newer pc's. woot woot mac!
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I've never used anything but Macs. There are a few PCs at work, so I am familiar with them, but I won't own anything but a Mac. I'm typing this on my Macbook Pro. Just last night I ordered myself a new 27" iMac (thanks to a nice tax return).
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You guys should have waited. The new ones just came out today. They look pretty sweet
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I went Mac a few years ago. I have a plain ol white Macbook. Its getting a little dated, I think my next purchase will likely be a desktop, may go back to winblows, I'm not sure...I rarely use my home machine for anything, so the extra cost for the Mac's is hard to justify...however the reliability I have experienced w/ the Macbook makes it hard to go back to the blue screen of death machines.
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Not to start the apple bashing too hard... But I personally feel like apples are dumbed down PCs everything has big icons that move when you click them to let you know they are working... unless your into graphic design. Then they are Awesome!!! I however, being an engineer need the computer power only available from a PC, and I have a quad core desktop with 4gb of ram that can smoke the pants off of most "store" pcs that I built myself with a friend.

The virus Issue is usually pretty easy to take care of if you spend a little time on google and know about "safe mode" and most blue screens of death can be prevented with preventive maintenance. Just like your car, your PC needs a tune up and an oil change every once in a while...
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its not free but i think if you already have 10.5 the upgrade is only $30. or something.
click on the apple (top left) and click "about this mac" if you have 10.6 its snow leopard.

i use an ibook g4 from 2005 and it still runs better that a lot of newer pc's. woot woot mac!
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Is this in reference to that commercial on TV???
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i love my home mac. but right now im on a hp. whole new ball game finding my way around this. and i miss my 36 inch screen.
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Not to start the apple bashing too hard... But I personally feel like apples are dumbed down PCs everything has big icons that move when you click them to let you know they are working... unless your into graphic design. Then they are Awesome!!! I however, being an engineer need the computer power only available from a PC, and I have a quad core desktop with 4gb of ram that can smoke the pants off of most "store" pcs that I built myself with a friend.

The virus Issue is usually pretty easy to take care of if you spend a little time on google and know about "safe mode" and most blue screens of death can be prevented with preventive maintenance. Just like your car, your PC needs a tune up and an oil change every once in a while...
I too am an engineer, and do a lot of heavy computational modeling and software development... My 2x Dual Core 3.0 Xeon Mac Pro (1,1) with 21 GBs of RAM and 3TB disk space via RAID and a 1GB graphics card smokes.. I mean SMOKES most pcs, including my work laptop which is an 8-Core i7 with 16GB of RAM....

Granted, I spent a lot up front for the machine, plus some more along the way (RAM, Drives) to get it where its at, but the felt the upfront $$$ justified the long term need. Thank God for business deductions.. So far I haven't been disappointed as the machine is now 5 years old and still runs circles around most machines...

I think I was just tired of trying to keep up with the constant PC upgrades to stay ahead of the curve... In the end tho, I would guess the amount would spent of the long haul would equal that of the upfront layout of cash..

I do like the fact that I can run multiple instance of Windows, Solaris, hpUX via parallels in conjunction with OSX, as my job requires... The downside is the lifespan of new hardware support from Apple and the fact that Apple only supports Apple hardware.

All in all though, The Mac has been very good to work with and I have not yet needed their support...
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I too am an engineer, and do a lot of heavy computational modeling and software development... My 2x Dual Core 3.0 Xeon Mac Pro (1,1) with 21 GBs of RAM and 3TB disk space via RAID and a 1GB graphics card smokes.. I mean SMOKES most pcs, including my work laptop which is an 8-Core i7 with 16GB of RAM....

Granted, I spent a lot up front for the machine, plus some more along the way (RAM, Drives) to get it where its at, but the felt the upfront $$$ justified the long term need. Thank God for business deductions.. So far I haven't been disappointed as the machine is now 5 years old and still runs circles around most machines...

I think I was just tired of trying to keep up with the constant PC upgrades to stay ahead of the curve... In the end tho, I would guess the amount would spent of the long haul would equal that of the upfront layout of cash..

I do like the fact that I can run multiple instance of Windows, Solaris, hpUX via parallels in conjunction with OSX, as my job requires... The downside is the lifespan of new hardware support from Apple and the fact that Apple only supports Apple hardware.

All in all though, The Mac has been very good to work with and I have not yet needed their support...
Lol. I'm still running XP, so my 4GB of RAM is overkill, my i7 gets the job done. I can watch movies and rip high volumes of music with no lag, and my 1.5 TB of hard drive space is full, so I'll be picking up a new TB drive soon.
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i got a mac book pro about 6 months ago. its simple and i defiantly like it more than my dell that kept crashing. its not dells fault though i guess . i had a hp before that and i didnt like the computer itself or the windows. all laptops.
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Ive got an xp from 2004 for haha, sony vaio.
1 gig of ram and it's pretty darn quick.
I think it just matters how good you are to your computer.
This thing is ancient but it can keep up with most computers.
Should be getting a new one later this year for college though.
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Been a Mac user since 2000. Matter of fact, I once owned part of a Mac Mentoring Forum. My Mac's include a Aluminum 15" G4 PowerBook, a 3 month old MacBook Pro (17") and a one month old MacBook Air (13"). The Mac works for me and this is why I wouldn't go back to a Windows PC to save my life.
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Just watch out for the Mac Trojan that is out there. It is designed to infect macs. It's rather funny to me.

The ultimate OS (the worlds runs off it more than people realize) is Linux. And better yet, its free.


And I am Linux and Windows biased. Just saying.
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I was gunna buy a new laptop but gunna wait and get a Android tablet because all I really do is browse . Sure I might need to type a paper or something but I can use my old laptop for that .

I've been using Windows for a very long time , up until the past couple years I was glued to the pc all day playing games and whatever . Now I turn it on every couple weeks . I would have probably bought a MAC by now but the prices are so high.

Hopefully Motorola will release WiFi only xoom so I can buy it ! Also excited about asus transformer tablet
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Just watch out for the Mac Trojan that is out there. It is designed to infect macs. It's rather funny to me.

The ultimate OS (the worlds runs off it more than people realize) is Linux. And better yet, its free.


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News Flash!... There isn't a OS out there that is not immune to Malware. Including trojans which will effect everyone. A trojan is a trojan. Anyone who knows what they're talking about also knows that there are many types of Malware. Now assuming one actually knows what they're talking about, the only OS naturally (out of the box) immune to "Viruses" would be Apple's OSX. The educated people who know the facts can attest there has never been a virus in the wild which has effected OSX. What that means is OSX is the only OS which doesn't need third party software to protect them against that possible future threat. It's built into the Apple Operating System.

As for the other type's of Malware, I will tell you here what I've told people for years... "The biggest threat to a personal computer regardless of OS is *YOU*".

Be smart and you'll have nothing to worry about.

Oh and to; popstop785 - You may be biased towards Linux & Windows, but you're obviously clueless to OS X.
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News Flash!... There isn't a OS out there that is not immune to Malware. Including trojans which will effect everyone. A trojan is a trojan. Anyone who knows what they're talking about also knows that there are many types of Malware. Now assuming one actually knows what they're talking about, the only OS naturally (out of the box) immune to "Viruses" would be Apple's OSX. The educated people who know the facts can attest there has never been a virus in the wild which has effected OSX. What that means is OSX is the only OS which doesn't need third party software to protect them against that possible future threat. It's built into the Apple Operating System.

As for the other type's of Malware, I will tell you here what I've told people for years... "The biggest threat to a personal computer regardless of OS is *YOU*".

Be smart and and you'll have nothing to worry about.
forgive me if im just restating what you just said but im just trying to understand. my mac is sort of immune to viruses but not malware? if thats true then how do i stop the malware from getting my mac?
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Smart computing. Only download from trusted sites. Be careful of websites you surf. If someone is into porn, eventually you're going to find trouble. If you're a Mac user, I urge you to learn more on a forum like this = Official antivirus, malware, and firewall FAQ - Mac-Forums.com

Mac users - Take the time to read that forum thread link. You will learn both the truth and facts you need to know.
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News Flash!... There isn't a OS out there that is not immune to Malware.

Oh and to; popstop785 - You may be biased towards Linux & Windows, but you're obviously clueless to OS X.
NEWS FLASH!!!! Where did I ever say there was a OS that was? Don't quote me then mouth of bunch of mumbo jumbo.

And buddy, Linux is the most secure OS that doesn't come out of a box. Open source is free. There is a reason why the majority of the servers in the world run Linux. It's the most secure and easily maintained. Example: cell phone networks... this forum. You use Linux based products everyday. Far more than Apple. People just dismiss what they haven't been told.

And you mention a lot of "assumptions" towards everyone else which were in turn only assumptions on your end. Such as the "news flash" comment. And how you assume I obviously have no experience with Mac OS and hardware? There is nothing I typed in that post that could logically lead you to that conclusion. You've lost all credibility with me. With honest posts where you don't put false words into another persons mouth. In fact, that can be seen as arrogant and rude.
I'm educated in the tech field... but you "assumed" otherwise. Nice one, smug mac fanboys. Biased towards a product does not mean lack of use or understanding.

And the Trojan I was referring to was the new Trojan made to attack Windows and mac OS. It's so new, its not finished yet. It's also funny, like I said, because of the POP up comment it displayes to mac OS users. Might want to look into the "new" mac Trojan before you give a lesson that is based on opinion and not fact (Linux of many flavors doesn't require a anti-virus. Never needed more than a educated user. Oh! And it can be ran on any kind of pc... you don't need $2k machine to do it. ).

To be honest, you come off as nothing more than a typical Apple fanboys with false facts. How you used the terms malware, virus and Trojan makes me wonder if you really know.the difference. And last but not least, you know nothing of Linux from what I can tell. You've hurt your Apple case more than you've helped.
Sorry bro. Epic Apple fail... Steve Jobs kind of epic fail. Ha ha ha!


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forgive me if im just restating what you just said but im just trying to understand. my mac is sort of immune to viruses but not malware? if thats true then how do i stop the malware from getting my mac?
Actually I will help explain it to you.
A virus, worm, spyware, adware, etc can all technically be classed as Malware (MALicious-ware: meaning a form of malicious programing designed to cause harm and/or annoyance)

The single most actively secure Operating System IS Linux. No matter what anyone attempts to tell you.
The android based cell phones... well that is Linux. The majority of the worlds servers run a flavor of Linux. And the vast majority of the entire worlds super computers, runs a version of Linux. The first Netbook was a flavor of Ubuntu. The Android based tabs (that are much more efficient and workable than the iPad) etc etc etc. Without Linux in its crazy flavors and Open Source ways, life would be a little less technology friendly... I mean, how do you think the majority of online forums work? Linux based servers.

While I cannot claim to know everything about the three most popular competing OSes, I can say I know enough to provide you with correct information that is not based of opinionated personal views (not real facts). I provide the best info I can. And what I don't know I will research or I will bluntly say I don't know enough to comment on.
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Mac users - Take the time to read that forum thread link. You will learn both the truth and facts you need to know.
Facts from a Mac website? why not facts from a non-biased site? To me that is where you get real facts about ALL OSes. Because a website run by a corporation is not as likely to point out it's faults like a third party site would. If I wanted to get a quality facts and comparisons on Windows 7, I would not got to a Windows forum.

Thus, true facts do not come from the products website. If it did, it would be bad marketing. Which neither Apple or Microsoft are in the business of doing. In fact they each like to sugar cost their truths and over-exaggerate negative things of the competitors eg. the "I'm a Mac. I'm a PC". commercials. Complete BS on BOTH sides.


Here is a link for Linux facts. http://www.baselinemag.com/c/a/Busin...-Linux-727574/ Is the website biased or not? If so, why would you say that?
This is called personal research. I am not being mean either, I am just trying to point out logical facts and ways to view things in the tech world to get the most complete and accurate factual truth so a person can make a real and educated opinion instead of a emotional one (fanboys)

Oh and the funny Mac trojan (a form of Malware) I was mentioning. http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011...n-now-in-beta/ Scroll down the site to the message displayed on the Mac OS and you will see why it is funny.
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Facts from a Mac website? why not facts from a non-biased site? To me that is where you get real facts about ALL OSes. Because a website run by a corporation is not as likely to point out it's faults like a third party site would. If I wanted to get a quality facts and comparisons on Windows 7, I would not got to a Windows forum.

Thus, true facts do not come from the products website. If it did, it would be bad marketing. Which neither Apple or Microsoft are in the business of doing. In fact they each like to sugar cost their truths and over-exaggerate negative things of the competitors eg. the "I'm a Mac. I'm a PC". commercials. Complete BS on BOTH sides.
Again, you're clueless. The link is a forum utilized for Mac users by Mac users, not a biased corp Mac or Apple site as the obviously clueless would suggest and have others believe. The Forum educates Mac users and nothing more.

What's really funny is those who stereotype "fanboys". Sorry to burst your assuming bubble -- I'm not a fanboy. But more importantly, I am neither clueless not to mention one who will ramble on to that which I have no understanding, whatever the secret reason(s) may be. And fwiw, I once did this sort of thing with people who at least had an inkling to the reality of all Operating Systems as well as hardware. Oh yeah, another funny thing... I know you -- I know the so-called self-professed type. I've beaten you down for years.

So with that said, I am going to end here because I no longer care to discuss clueless banter, especially that which bores me (I've heard all this crap before). The topic here was the OP got a Mac. No one asked for clueless biased opinions which obviously derive from hatred.

Enjoy yourself.
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One final thought here... According to you, a forum such as the one we're all on here regarding Jeep Wranglers is BIASED and no facts here should represent the truth.

We there you go.

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