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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by TwinRetro, Nov 28, 2011.
Verdict: You both lose!
Little did anyone know, this was only the beginning...
I got a kernel panic when I plugged in a 3tb usb drive. ;o;
PC and Mac both refer to kinds of computers.... not cars.
Doesn't PC mean "Personal Computer" anyway? In that sense a Mac is also a PC Apple just likes pretending its different.
There was no debate to begin with, all I heard were butthurt Mac users ranting about how Windows PC's are somehow inferior and Windows PC's poking back at them that Mac's don't have any interesting software programmed for them, hell, they barely have any viruses.
Mac is a PC, and answering your next question, so is a Linux computer. Regardless of what OS you use, you're using a PC.
But what if you're using a Public Computer at a computer lab? Oh wait...
I wish ROM hacking tools were ported to OS X. ;_;
I already told you how much I love you, mthrnite.
Amiga >>>> Mac & PC
Mac is a PC..*gasp*..Major flaw right there. I've yet to hear someone tell me one thing a Mac can do that a Windows PC can't do.
Make it a complete pain in the arse to change the HD?
That's pretty high-tech! Look at those reflections! And shadows!
And those balls!
PC.. And MAC. Sign this treaty. Come on, sign it. Sign it. Come on, sign it.
Treaties are no fun. War!
The...thing at 0:53 will forever haunt me.
From a design perspective macs ARE superior, but I'm just too used to Windows.
There is a shit ton of tiny features that you may not be even aware of that makes the user experience nearly flawless on the Mac, and they have dedicated researchers for this.