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Thread: Are Mac computers/laptops worth the higher cost?

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    I really love my MAC and would not go back. Hey that rymes.
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    I am a die hard Mac user, have been for 20 years. Easy to operate and very user friendly. I also have Microsoft installed on my laptop, not big on using it but comes in handy. Have had my MacBook for 3 years, nice to sit in my recliner in the evenings and surf, hardly ever use my Mac desktop. U will not be sorry if U get a Mac laptop.

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    Both my daughters have had Macs throughout their college years and 2 Christmases ago, they got together with my DH and bought me one!! I will NEVER own another computer!!!

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    I have a MacBook Pro and love it. I've used PC's at work for years and really never enjoyed using them. There really is no comparison.

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    We had PC's for 15 yrs. and I finally became frustrated enough to consider another option. I got a Mac, and have been pleased for the 1 1/2 yrs. that we have had it.

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    I am not a huge fan of macs, but, yes, one will work just fine that way. For someone who is not computer savvy, QuiltPro is a much better bet, you can certainlly get it for either platform.

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    Through the years we have had 6 MACS and I now have an iPad. If you are near an Apple Store their Genius Bar is wonderful. No charge to solve my screwups. A charge for parts and repairs after the Warranty expires. Also the classes ($99) for three years are wonderful.

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    We have always used Macs when we had a choice and probably always will.

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    When home computers first came out, we had a MAC for our business. At my other job they bought a PC. What a nightmare!!! They became angry with me when I told them how much better a MAC is. Three years later Microsoft copied windows from MAC.

    Since then we have had four MAC's and we love them. Ours have never in all these years had a virus. They definitely are worth every penny.

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    I love my Mac... it was a gift from my DH and I keep telling him he needs one too... he's always having some kind of trouble with his PC... but I don't with the Mac... my only problem is ME... not understanding what I need to understand and not taking the time to really know this machine... but I do LOVE IT!!!
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