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Are you a Mac or a PC?

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03-08-2010, 01:53 PM
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A mac guy here

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PC guy. I like Linux but don't use it seriously (I may switch eventually).

Filled out the rest of my profile.

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A PC at the moment, soon to be a Mac
Backstabber.

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Backstabber.
I don't think I can go back to windows now, I've got too used to the mac OS. If I'm honest, I'd only go back to the windows XP style design, I loved that so much.

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Yes, everyone seem to say that who try Mac OS.

I think I will be the last dinosaur using Windows after everyone switches. I am loyal that way. Having said that, I have been a huge fan of Internet Explorer for years, refused even trying Firefox, that's until IE version 8 came out and I decided to give it a go once due to some layout error on IE and that got me hooked.

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Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
Yes, everyone seem to say that who try Mac OS.

I think I will be the last dinosaur using Windows after everyone switches. I am loyal that way. Having said that, I have been a huge fan of Internet Explorer for years, refused even trying Firefox, that's until IE version 8 came out and I decided to give it a go once due to some layout error on IE and that got me hooked.
You are a fan of internet explorer? That's a good way to get yourself disliked by all the web developers on this forum Most of our time is spent trying to make our websites work on IE.

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Originally Posted by Immersion View Post
You are a fan of internet explorer?
Not as of Dec 2008.

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That's a good way to get yourself disliked by all the web developers on this forum Most of our time is spent trying to make our websites work on IE.
Or look at it this way. Because of people like me developers around the world will have more work trying to make clients' websites display properly in IE.

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Aww, there's no option for Linux. I guess I'll just choose Mac, with it being based on Unix and all.

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Windows 7.

I lost my desire to switch to OSX after Windows 7 finally released. Sure I still don't have some of the apps but that's fine by me. My build = perfect.

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PC but also a nix user, so I am not too sure if there is really an in-between type setup or not. I have used a Mac (twice, no need though), a PC (mostly) and a Linux machine (a few really over the years) but I am not sure where I stand. I would guess PC for the majority of the time, only due to the fact that I do not have nearly enough time to "play" with "nix" as much as I would like.

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