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Old January 18th, 2008, 08:18   #22
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I like Macs since OSX. But it's funny how it seems to appeal to 2 opposite ends of the spectrum - the traditional professional role as high end media production computers, and the other end of the scale with general-purpose users, often noobs with little experience with computers.

Personally, I find there's little middle ground there, and unfortunately, that's where 90% of computer users today sit. As much as I like Macs, none of the software I use runs on Macs, games included, unless you run bootcamp and run Windows, which soft of defeats the purpose of having a Mac in the first place, IMO. It's just not the platform for me.

But they're getting there and slowly getting a bigger share of the market. That just means that the more popular they get, the more malware and security holes will be exploited.
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