is about having the most reliable equipment, to allow my business
to run the smoothest... without constant headaches
I've been a PC user for over 30 years now. I have 5 PC's in
my HOME, but I'm considering "going Mac."
I used Mac's in my military job from 1991 - 1995 and absolutely
LOVED them, but the biggest drawback back then was that relatively
little software was designed for them.
I think that has largely changed, but could be wrong.
So, I'd like your take on the topic.
If you have "gone Mac," what don't you like about it.
If you haven't gone Mac, why not?
One of the biggest reasons that I want to go Mac incidentally is
that I've not found a single PC laptop that didn't give me ton of
problems. I'm sure that part of the problem there was that, with
laptops, they try to cram so many components into such a tiny space,
that you are asking for trouble... and when I run 20 programs at
the same time... I complicate things
Also, if you buy the less expensive laptops, you are generally buying
the ones with cheaper components, which are probably more subject to
Anyway, please enlighten me.
Also, if you have a Mac setup with a jet diesel engine, feel free
to recommend that specific setup to me!