Linked by David Adams on Wed 26th Aug 2009 19:42 UTC
Apple It just goes to show you how much people love Apple. Would anyone ever post an article about SanDisk's five worst products, or Toshiba's five worst products? We complain because we love, so stop yer whinin' fanboys. Wired compiled an entertaining list from the Apple rogue's gallery. I spent a few minutes trying to think of my own list of crummy Apple products, and I realized that they were mostly things that I hated not because they weren't good, but because they didn't live up to the hype, or my high expectations, or they were just too ahead of the curve. The QuickTake, mentioned by Wired, is a great example of that. Too early.
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RE[2]: Comment by schoate09
by godawful on Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:17 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by schoate09"
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Are you guys both using windows? (curious) as I have it on my mac and I've not a single problem, 57,000+ tracks too..

I wonder if the windows version is just particularly crap, which seems odd, you'd think Apple would want to make it nice to showcase their software.. then again, what do I know.

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RE[3]: Comment by schoate09
by schoate09 on Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:43 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by schoate09"
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I'm running it on Windows. I've run it on Mac, and it is much better on OS X, but it still feels a little more bloated than it needs to be. You're right, it's definitely a bigger problem on Windows, and I feel that Apple would want to make sure the Windows app runs well, like you said, to showcase what they have to offer.

iTunes does a lot of things well, it's biggest problem (on Windows at least) is performance.

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