Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 18th Apr 2009 15:13 UTC, submitted by Hakime
In the News "A Customer Experience Index report from Forrester Research came to the conclusion after studying almost 4600 computer users' experiences from 2008 and asking them to score the ease of use of their computers, how enjoyable the experience is and whether or not the systems fulfill their owners' needs. Apple's overall score reached 80 and was not only enough to give it the lead but also leave it as the only company to earn a 'good' ranking in Forrester's view. Every other manufacturer in the list scored significantly lower, with Acer's American label Gateway being closest with a score of just 66; the standing is only 'okay' in the research group's chart."
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RE[4]: Big Difference
by SoloDeveloper on Sun 19th Apr 2009 15:35 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Big Difference"
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Used to be, back in the 80's and 90's, all classroom computers where i live at were Macs, or some form of an Apple machine.

I even know the lady that convinced my elementary school to go over to PCs, and they have so many problems with them (yet again, Dells), she insists to this day that she wishes that the suggestion of moving to PCs had never been said.

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