Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Feb 2007 19:24 UTC, submitted by Tyr.
Apple Longtime Windows expert Scot Finnie gave the Mac a three-month trial as his primary machine for work and home use. After 3 months, he concluded: "If you give the Mac three months, as I did, you won't go back either. The hardest part is paying for it - everything after that gets easier and easier."
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by brain dead hippie on Fri 9th Feb 2007 21:59 UTC
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2007-02-09

just so that other people can form an opinion as to what os they would like to use now that computers are getting so complicated.

for instance my mom bought a dell just because it is the most popular computer around here so now she is using a windows machine with all this adware because she is too scared to reinstall windows. so now I will have to reinstall it miyself when I get the time...

anyways my mac story is a little different - i had been eyeing the mac ever since they switched to intel and since I had a windows machine and a linux machine I thought I might as well get a cheap mac mini.

I like it so much that the windows machine is stricly for games. I like the cocoa frame work for developing and the fact it comes (fairly) clean of adware and demos was cool also the fact that it plays nicely with my linux machine is cool. With windows I had to install windows for unix where the mac just connects through NFS - oh well just my story

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