Re: Vista, Outlook express
> However, I'm starting to believe the Mac people and the Linux folks.
I was a devoted PC user since 1985 and I know Windows.
At birthday time a friend I respect has been using Macs for several years
took pity on me when I had a computer identity theft. He bought me a Mini
Mac. The size is only 6 inches by 6 inched by 2 inches. Very roughly about
the size of 5 CD cases (Powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processor.) I set the mac
up but kept using my Dell P4 processor Windows XP 2nd Ed) but not for long.
I bought a router so that my Dell and Mac both had internet access to my
cable modem. Now using the Mac and some Mac software and I'm totally
convinced that Mac is the only way to go. I installed Norton 10 Antivirus
but in all this time it never had to be used. There just not any
"in-the-wild" virus's, worms, trojans, etc. It comes with some amazing
programs.You can just buy the MiniMac and use your own keyboard, display and
I was so devoted to a PC, what a surprise I now prefer a Mac. Still I do
have a Dell Dimension just in case.
I have to reboot the PC two times a week or more. The Mac Mini never needs a
reboot. Every help file is in understandable English. I call Apple at any
time during the day or night and reach a real, live person who has the
answers. (Imagine trying to reach Microsoft on the first ring of the phone
and getting an answer from a tech who is happy to help~!) Suggest getting the
extended warranty, the largest drive you can afford with the Super CD drive.
(But the extended warrantee
It makes me feel safe and it makes me feel competent at the new apps. If
someone wants a Mac but can't give up on Windows, there are two products out
there that let you run your Mac on your PC and another to run your PC on your