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  1. tofo

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    well folks i was in lakeside thurrock essex

    got guided into apple shop missmanagement
    said if your gonna get a bl...y apple get one now
    started looking at air went onto the pro
    settled for the imac

    when your retired we aint gonna afford it she said

    so 2 hrs later i got me an imac
    now getting to grips with it
    its differant to microsoft give you that

    they dont give up easy in they shops
    mind you i bored three red shirts
    they past me from 1 to the other

    ended up with the imac free printer and trackpad persistance pays

    even helped me out to the car with it
    iam sure that was to make sure i had gone

    so far so good on and off good few times
    quick to shut down quick to start up
    unlike my dell and toshiba on win 7
    always downloading this and that
    and ages to shut down because of updates
    dont help when your only just broadband available
    makes a slow puter even slower

    seems faster at the moment than win 7
     
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  2. aba

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    congratulations on your new toy
    once you have got your head around how it works you wont go back to windows
    after the macbook i find windows tedious and hard work i want my computer to do what i want when i want and windows just does what it wants then blue screen :Doh:

    good luck

    andy
     
  3. Pikey Pete

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    Welcome to the Mac fraternity.:Smile:

    There are a few mac Funsters on here, so any questions, just ask.:thumb:

    Pete:Cool:
     
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    You will love the Mac. l have had mine a few years now and wouldn't change it for anything.

    Craig.
     
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    Be very, very careful....Apple are addictive! Now the seed has been planted you will find yourself drawn to the Mac book, iPad, iPhone. You will NEED them....even if you don't!
     
  6. JeanLuc

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    Good choice, you'll wonder why you didn't change before. There are quite a few of us Mac users on MHF so feel free to ask questions if you get stuck with anything. Having said that, once you have got past the initial learning stage, Macs are pretty intuitive.

    Philip

    (MacBook Pro / OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard - upgraded earlier this year from Tiger)
     
  7. tofo

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    your not far wrong
    daghter purchased an phone 18mnths ago and i was fighting a blackberry
    i bought an i phone 3gs soon got to grips with it

    she bought a mac pro

    mrs t has an i pad

    now i have a mac

    stupidly i downloaded 10.1 tunes to the mac
    then upgraded i phone to 4.01
    now i have no phone numbers
    all music gone

    gona buy a wig so i have some hair to pull out ooohhh the pleasure of change :Eeek:
     
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