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- November 13th, 2010, 1:44 pm
- Forum: Mac Discussion
- Topic: iWork vs. Microsoft office
- Replies: 6
- Views: 2555
Office 2011 seems to be considerably better than previous versions, after a couple of months' use. I just use it for simplicity when dealing with Windoze-using clients. But 'Adamcnm'? Why not just get a Mac?
- November 11th, 2010, 1:18 pm
- Forum: iPhone & iPad Discussion
- Topic: New apple products
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1294
There shouldn't be any more product upgrades this year. But I'll give you a tip: I bought a new 24" top of range iMac in August last year - and two weeks later Apple announced the widescreen range. I sent them a sniffy email, and hey presto! Two weeks later, my Mastercard had been credited with GB£1...
- July 30th, 2010, 11:02 am
- Forum: New Member Welcome
- Topic: BAPPA FROM CALCUTTA
- Replies: 3
- Views: 911
Much better to buy a Mac. But you could use an emulator like VMWare to install Snow Leopard 'inside' Windoze. I have Windoze 7 installed via VMWare on my Mac, for website testing purposes. But as stated above, OSX is intended for Mac hardware, and won't run as well on a PC as it does natively.
Coincidentally I too have a summer 2009-bought iMac and a G4 iBook for 'emergencies' - I had a few problems on the iBook at first with the Safari 5.0 release, but as Wove says, I found these to be solved by updating things like Flash Player.
Welcome to Mac! You'll soon get the hang of it, basically it's much more intuitive than Windoze. Once you get it in your head that the OS isn't to be wrestled with like Windoze, and rather that it helps you along, you will have made the leap!