Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 31st May 2013 23:27 UTC
Internet & Networking "After a decade-long run, Camino is no longer being developed, and we encourage all users to upgrade to a more modern browser. Camino is increasingly lagging behind the fast pace of changes on the web, and more importantly it is not receiving security updates, making it increasingly unsafe to use."
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RE[4]: Comment by aligatro
by aligatro on Sat 1st Jun 2013 04:35 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by aligatro"
aligatro
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2010-01-28

Also, macs were even less popular in Europe back in early 2000s. Which is where I lived at that time. I actually haven't even heard about Apple until their Ipods became very popular.

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RE[5]: Comment by aligatro
by moondevil on Sat 1st Jun 2013 10:11 in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by aligatro"
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2005-07-08

Also, macs were even less popular in Europe back in early 2000s.


They still are unless you happen to live in big cities in the bigger European countries.

Smaller countries, specially the southern ones, might have a few shops scattered around the country and that's it.

Given the actual economic situation, if you see people with them, they surely have nice parents or happen to have very good jobs.

The rest of us are happy with PCs and Windows/Linux/BSD combos.

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RE[6]: Comment by aligatro
by sithlord2 on Sat 1st Jun 2013 10:44 in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by aligatro"
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2009-04-02

I live in a small village in a small country (= Belgium) and I see macs all the time. Seems the young generation is quite fond of them actually. People of my generation (between 30 and 40 years old) seem to stick more to Windows PC's and laptops, or go for an iPad.

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