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    Hi, i am very stupid...that why I wanna ask....why ppl use Mac for? wats the advantages for Mac??

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    Watch this 1 hour plus movie to find out...

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf04/

    The MacWorld 4 Conference with Steve Jobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by longshot
    Watch this 1 hour plus movie to find out...

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf04/

    The MacWorld 4 Conference with Steve Jobs
    You just sent him a brainwashing session... Ah, the famous Reality Distortion Field...

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    Same like why Canon and not Nikon or vice-versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgpoorman
    Hi, i am very stupid...that why I wanna ask....why ppl use Mac for? wats the advantages for Mac??
    people use macs for the same thing you use a windows pc. really. they're all personal computers.

    the advantages and disadvantages of mac vs. pc can be discussed until the cows come home, but it mostly is a personal preference. people in the creative industries usually use macs for their layouts, editing, whatnot. This is an industry standard.

    My advice is, go and try it out at any applecentre. ask lots of questions to clear your doubts, and then make your decision.

    And cos i know you'll choose a mac, welcome to the world of Macintosh!

    Think Different.

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    PC doesn't show you the infamous blue screen of death!

    there's a good review on the processing performances of these 2...

    check the link below..

    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...id=7-6451-6410

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_wrx
    PC doesn't show you the infamous blue screen of death!

    there's a good review on the processing performances of these 2...

    check the link below..

    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...id=7-6451-6410

    Think u meant Mac?

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    juz watched macworld keynote 2004 for the past hour or so on my PC, i must say Steve Job is a great presenter. And the garageband app is out of this world, would like to have a ipodmini and who knows..... i may consider using mac. hahahaha....really a brain wash session.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Think u meant Mac?
    heh.. oops..

    aiyah.. PC = personal computer mah.. should say windows or mac..

    *desperate attempt to save face*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher
    You just sent him a brainwashing session... Ah, the famous Reality Distortion Field...
    Chant it together.... We Want Mac! We Want Mac! (repeat 50 times daily)


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    Just wondering, is there a lot of CSer using Mac? For me, I use PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_wrx
    heh.. oops..

    aiyah.. PC = personal computer mah.. should say windows or mac..

    *desperate attempt to save face*
    PC=personal computer (IBM compatible)
    MAC= My Appple computer

    when people talk about PC, they usually mean Windows based, although Linux , Unix, AMD can refer to PC.

    PC doesn't give BSOD ?
    Objection !!!

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    hehe, I thought u gonna give computer history lessons..

    anyway, original PC was created by IBM and was termed IBM PC
    Apple also came out ard same period, usually called Apple Computer
    other brands subsequently came out by modifying IBM designs, they
    were known as IBM clones then..

    so how apple as Apple Computer, mabbe AC for short? hahah
    and PC for the rest of the IBM PCs / clones / compatibles....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    PC=personal computer (IBM compatible)
    MAC= My Appple computer

    when people talk about PC, they usually mean Windows based, although Linux , Unix, AMD can refer to PC.

    PC doesn't give BSOD ?

    Isnt MAC = Abbreviation for Macintosh? Thats what i've always thought anyway.

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    Hi

    Never ask a man what computer he uses. If it's a MAC, he'll tell you. If not, why embarass him?
    David Teo
    View my work and blog at http://www.5stonesphoto.com/blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klipsch
    Isnt MAC = Abbreviation for Macintosh? Thats what i've always thought anyway.
    And MACINTOSH is the acronym for "Machine Always Crashes, If Not The Operating System Hangs".

    (No, I did not come up with that )

    Regards
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    But seriously...Mac = Macintosh or does it mean My Apple Computer like what Ninelives had said it to be?

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    Mac all the way.....with OS X you can't go wrong

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    I am one happy mac user, though force to use PC in the office. kekeke

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