And btw, majority of the mac uses ain't using an anti-virus software so they won't know if their mac are infected by virus
IMO, it is not about Mac or PC. It is about which Mac and which PC?
Check out my photo review of a refurbished IBM T60p here
To be fair, there are games like WOW on mac, but these are not heavy gpu intensive.
Do you guys have any problems when using a mouse with your MacBook? The mouse is laggy. Not smooth especially when you move it slow.
I tried all the USB ports & all kind of mouse. Played with the mouse settings. I search thru the web and everyone says it's a common issue.
Definitely nothing wrong with my mouse as it tested ok on a Windows Laptop.
i wonder how some forumers managed to crash their mac or get virus on them. I've used both PC and MAC, both in school and at home. The jobs are not merely surfing web or text editing, i use them for major rendering of architectural models, 3D visualisations and modelling, CAD and also complete suite of Adobe CS3, with photoshop, illustrator, lightroom. All these on my imac, and nothing has crashed. I've used photoshop, Artlantis render and Lightroom all at the same time, and it has never slowed down my comp. I've used the same range of softwares on a Windows Desktop too..but somehow it just doens't match up to the mac. and it crashes when too many applications are running. the host of virus and anti-virus software used on the Windows PC slows down the comp too much. I'm much happier and more productive on my mac. Looks factor..its just a gimmick and plus point..the performance factor is what matters.
Hi Madmacs, i've tried the Mighty Mouse (wired) & a wired HP laser mouse. I dun think there's anything wrong with these 2 mouse as they both work fine on my Windows laptop.
No need laser mouse, as long as the mouse is wired, it'll run fine. Even no brand A4 Tech 2 button mouse ran w/o a glitch & i did a whole 26mins video job with it for 5 days.