Generally speaking moving from Windows to OS X has been a far lesser challenge than excepted. So far I’m only missing a few applications from the Windows world and most daily tasks on the Mac has been surprisingly easy to figure out. Here are some of the challenges I’ve had most difficulty with.
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Yes I do. It’s been some months since I decided to go for a Mac, but my home office is power by a hardware monster from Cupertino – a PowerMac with to G5 cpus. I do belive I made new record from “computer in box” to the “computer fully patched and ready” – less than 2 hours (Windows XP average: 10+ hours). I probably still need a few tools and applications to be fully operational, but so far it just rocks. Mac – Go get it.
Apple choose not to do a live feed from Jobs keynote at MacWorld SanFran this time, but with a little delay it’s available online. Some surprises was spoiled ahead, but there was a number of cool introductions – The Mac OS X Tiger, iPod Shuffle (flash player), Mac Mini (headless computer), iWork (office-like suite) and an update to iLife (Moives, Photos and more). I’m still looking for PowerBook updates though. Where are they?
So, I’ve been wondering if I should by a Mac. Windows works for me, but causes a fairly large number of headaches. Linux is nice for server use, but I’m not nerdish enough to get a desktop running. With the many positive reviews, switching stories and others I was thinking of going Mac.
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Microsoft Office has gotten a lot of nice and helpful features in the latest version. One of the nice features is virtually unlimited undo capabilities. Unfortunately this feature can also leave some tracks for recipients of your documents – a new tool from Microsoft lets you clean your office documents before further distribution.
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On this day – some twenty years ago – November 10th, 1983, Microsoft Windows was announced – it should be on the shelves April 1984. It didn’t make it there until November 20, 1985, that first Windows 1.0 was on the street.