Re: Thinking of buying a macbook
Mac and PC software are not interchangeable, and Macs have about 0.0001% of the games available for PC. Most laptop PCs come with DVD-burners standard and are much cheaper for the specs and features.
I highly suggest you just go with a regular laptop, opt to have Windows XP instead of Vista, but even if you get Vista it's not that bad.
Macs are overpriced and really lack a lot of software that's available to PCs. Security is not much of an issue if you download any of the open-source firewalls available, a decent anti-virus and use Firefox as a browser (nothing you have to pay for). Macs have their fare share of security issues, especially since they are becoming more popular and their marketing becomes more obnoxious, the hacker community will gain more interest developing viruses for Macs.
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