Monday, August 14, 2006

A little bit of geekery here:

Why you won't have to worry about whether or not your computer and its applications are 32- or 64-bit with Mac OS X and why you will with Windows Vista: article.

So why haven't you bought a new Mac? They can run all your "necessary" PC apps in a safe sandbox via Parallels or VMWare (beta).

(Okay, Bert, I know your reason. ;^) Price. But find something comparable before you say it.)

Did I forget to mention that these things are fast? Just as fast as PCs these days. *sigh*

Here's the vivisection of one. Did you work on the drive?

UPDATE: A price comparison between Apple and Dell.


Bike Bubba said...

Probably did some component work on that one.

And why not get a Mac? Well, right now, I don't need one--my $500 Wintel clone does just about everything I need to do.

Marklark said...

Well, when you find that your clone doesn't meet most of your needs, then you could buy a Mac (and be virus-/spyware-/trojan-free) and move your MS OS onto it and have the best of both.

What needs doesn't your PC meet?