“I was an avid fan of PCs for 25 years. I was an ardent supporter of Microsoft Windows, even during the dark Me years. However, when Vista came to my desk last fall, I lost my passion for PCs,” Dave Murphy, founder of ITrain.org, blogs for SaysDave.com.
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“For the last two weeks, I have been in computing heaven,” Dave writes. After his “Sony Vaio, running Windows Vista Business Edition, crashed for the umpteenth time,” Dave’s wife, “a computer engineer, overheard my under-the-breath comments and suggested that I finally give up on Vista, as it seemed to require more time to maintain that to productively use. She suggested that I call Apple and order a MacBook; she was sure that they could deliver it within a day.”
Dave writes, “Today, it has been two weeks since my Vista computer last crashed. I don’t care; I am in heaven with my MacBook Pro. I have been more productive on this machine than I ever was on a DOS or Windows machine… I cannot imagine ever buying another Windows notebook.”
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MacDailyNews Take: And yet another pair of eyes pop open; blinking in the light. Welcome, Dave!