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Old 07-11-2006, 11:00 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Fine, i'll stop flaming Mac's, but this is the last one i used, pretty sad:

http://www.scanmac.dk/apple_museum/m...lle/pm5400.jpg

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lol, I have one of those sitting in my room
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lol, I have one of those sitting in my room

You know what's sad Juice Daddy?

They used Photoshop, Morphing software, and Quicktime Pro. They were so slow that it took about 3 minutes to start Netscape, and about 4 minutes to load Yahoo
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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...ideo+converter

Nothing for free, all a bunch of spam sites.

Case closed.
Bittorent

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Shh.

I wouldn't talk about that on here, most of us know about "it" anyways.
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Bittorent

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Steal? It should all be free...
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The General,

Mac's don't freeze and restart? I used a "Mac Classic" at school with the B/W screen one time, and it froze while typing a document and i lost everything.

Does the commercial mean that the Intel Mac's don't freeze?
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I've never had a Mac freeze.

Even the Mac Classic 2.
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Thumbs down "Oh, yeah? wel I had a Mac "Classic" 2 from 1989 and it froze!! Take that, Apple!!..&

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Mac's don't freeze and restart? I used a "Mac Classic" at school with the B/W screen one time, and it froze while typing a document and i lost everything.

Does the commercial mean that the Intel Mac's don't freeze?
I have a question for you, talldude,.. If you had a choice, would you still be using a Intel DX2 system with only 4 megabytes of ram, and NO Math co-processor? Every Mac computer you give an example of is always Waaay too freken owld to represent Macs today. Macs today are different than they were 22 years ago... And no, I don't think that Macs freeze... Anymore... lol
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My Powerbook didn't freeze for the 7 months I had it, and my Macbook Pro hasn't frozen yet, but Windows gave me BSOD several times, lol...
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The not freezing comment is refering to OS X, which is much more stable than it's predecessors.
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