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Offline Tom Sawyer

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« on: July 24, 2005, 11:14:35 AM »
This is my first post from my new Apple Powerbook G4 15" 8) 8) 8).  I know some of you are not so sure about Apples, but I am now convinced.  I will never willingly go back to a Windows machine again.  It is a very cool machine and I love it so far.  The backlit keyboard is an awesome feature.  It has taken a bit to learn the Mac way of doing things, but mostly things have gone well.  It was not too difficult to transfer files from the PC to the Mac and almost everything seems compatible.  After a week of owning one, I can recommend to anyone planning to buy a new computer to consider a Mac.

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« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2005, 11:24:50 AM »
Congratulations , Tom, from me and my ibook G4 ;D We've been together a year , now, after the imac hit an internet related snag.

No more Microstuf for this girl 8)
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