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  • samuri
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    Yep, me too, whatever. Computers eh? Who knows how they work?

    Premier Icon coolhandluke
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    Wow, it my original post was a troll, I win!

    Splendid replies but I don’t think I’m Mac material really.

    Thanks all anyway.

    stoffel
    Member

    I used to be a Mac accolyte, and wouldn’t dream of even looking at anything wih Windows on it. Butover the last few years, I’ve beocme increasingly disillusioned with Apple, and their move from prodcing gret computers, to ‘lifestyle products. Stuff that’s fashionable to have, throw it away and buy the latest new one as soon as it comes out. So wasteful. And te cst of sorting out anyissues is huge; the graphics card on my desktop is failing, and nees replacing. £250+ for a card which is medicre at best by current standards, when the PC equivalent is about £30. Seems that pple don’t really want you to keep an older machine going, they ant you to buy a nw one. So wasteful. My wife needs a new laptop, and a MacBookk would suit her as she love ithe iMac, but for a lot less money, she can get an equivalent specced Sony or whatever. Which would be much easier to fix if anting did go wrong. Macs are great when they work, and a nightmare when they don’t.

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