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Originally Posted by sziklassy There is plenty to combat, so long as Apple is not on top of the market share, and as it stands they are far from it......
11-19-2009, 05:28 AM #41
a. It will not receive updates because its a Beta
b. I have lost major faith in Microsoft and have little interest
But thanx for the info tho
11-19-2009, 06:31 AM #42
During the Vista era Apple had plenty of reasons to promote OSX over Windows. Those days are gone now as Win7 is a solid OS. There is nothing you can take away from it. Its only downfall is pricing off of the shelf.
Apple can't sit idly by and I am glad to see that they aren't. Competition is great for people on both sides of the fence.
11-19-2009, 07:37 AM #43
@ The comments about running Windows 7 on Mac.
So if I were to go out and buy a MacBook Pro (Which I think I might as im using ASUS laptop and would like to try a Mac) it would be the MacBook Pro 13.3" Intel Core 2 Duo model cuz the new MacBook lacks some features. Would it be worth installing Windows 7 with dual booting a Mac OS? I heard most drivers seem to be working...
I just never had a Mac before and going from a Laptop with a ATI HD4650 VRAM DDR3 to a Mac that its specs are ok but a Nvidia 9400M... Im not sure if its worth dumping a lot more $$$ for the MacBook Pro 13.3'' and losing specs...
I think Mac OS is really cool and would like to give it a try! Decisions, I hate them! lol
Great post! Made me think 2 about my decision now... LOL
Last edited by lilskaterpunk; 11-19-2009 at 07:40 AM.
11-19-2009, 09:17 AM #44
7 vs. 7 all out grudge match!!! Lol!!!This is getting a lil' ridiculous...
11-21-2009, 05:38 PM #45
12-17-2009, 09:01 PM #46I'm for everything, so it doesn't matter
I don't care if it's Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2, or Windows 7 Ultimate, or for that matter, the open source Linux Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, or Windows Vista Home Premium SP2, or Windows XP Professional SP3, or even the early builds of the Chrome OS from Google. I run all 6 of those in some way on my Lenovo Ideapad S10e netbook. In the first of four partitions, is XP, with Ubuntu installed within, and Chrome OS in a VMware Player virtual machine. Then the other three partitions, respectively, have Vista, 7, and Snow Leopard. Technically that means I run a penti-boot system, with an additional OS in a virtual machine. So there you have it. Everything is great.