its more of the driver that's behind the porshe or the ferrari. if u know what u r doing & how to do it, no diff between the 2 platforms.
haha yea u can say that! =D
hi xiaomiaowang, have u experienced longer than 30s booting times for mac? well, i have. when the mac is filled with stuff & old deleted stuffs, it slows down. why? when a software is installed, some kext r put inside (that's the main reason why u need to enter password besides having the administrator acct), so everytime u trsh the app, those kext dun go away. clearing those things is not for the non techie, very complex... need to reset permission & things like that. i think there has to be some sweeper software that can keep the mac lean & speedy, if u know do share ya?
correction: u need the admin acct to allow the installation of those extensions.
Last edited by nightpiper; 15th March 2007 at 03:49 PM.
yea my school's powermacs encounter the same problem.
But we do disk fragmentation regularly to keep things going as fast as possible. =D And remote desktop works wonders in deleting those annoying games, videos or pictures my peers download from the net.
For us though, we all know the admin password, so things are fine for us anyway.
No lah. What I said was not meant to be passed off as a statistic, its just a figure of speech. With numbers in it LOL.
Well of course you can say there's an alternative for Windows (yea of course, like they are DOZENS) but I just find the Mac variant easier to use.
Please lah. We are ALL above the PC vs Mac debate right?
*Hi, I'm a Mac. And I'm a PC!"
LOL. Speaking of which, here is a good reason why PCs and Macs should co-exist.
Last edited by XiaoMiaoWang; 18th March 2007 at 08:03 PM.