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Windows vs. Apple

Discussion in 'General Tech Discussions' started by lnxcode, Sep 23, 2007.



  1. lnxcode

    lnxcode Technology Fan

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    Windows or Apple? - It may seem like I'm the only one whom is having issues with apple. I bought an apple mini (for personal use) a while ago... and for the life of me... I can not get use to it..... it just seems clumsy to me... hard to navigate and few work related apps work on it. Anyone can help me out get use to my Apple?
     
  2. Gene Steinberg

    Gene Steinberg Forum Super Hero Staff Member

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    Let's go into it step-by-step. Your Mac mini is using Mac OS X, whereas you're familiar with, I gather, Windows and Linux.

    Where's the challenge and what's concerning you?
     
  3. lnxcode

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    Overall, it just seems cumbersome... Like switching between apps... working with one app and then working with another... I guess I will have to pull it out of the cupboard and try it again... It just was hard to use.. (then again I tried to jump from windows to apple in 1 day).....
     
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    Command-Tab brings up a list of open apps, or just click on an application on the Dock, the equivalent of the Windows taskbar.
     
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