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  • buddyfoeva
  • September 10, 2013, 1:34 am
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    you posted the teacher stuff about 3 times

    • Vans
    • September 10, 2013, 3:02 pm
    fixed sorry about that.
    - buddyfoeva September 11, 2013, 12:40 am
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    That teacher one was amazing

    @ the chemistry teacher one, with the Lady Gaga song,
    there's a thing in my school in one of the maths rooms something like:
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    don't remember it exactly, but it's pretty good :D

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    #41, I've never had issues with iTunes at all. As for the other things, I own an iPhone 4s and have never had serious issues with it. When I did have an issue, Apple's customer support is loads better than any I've ever had to use and always fixed my problem.

    - casper667 September 12, 2013, 11:45 pm
    Hahaha yeah all that is really overpriced, I'll admit that. However, I've had my MacBook Pro and Mac Mini for roughly the same amount of time (about 4-5 years) and like I said before, I've had very little problems. My computers still run super fast and I haven't had any thoughts of "Wow my computer is so 'blank'."
    - tbart2010 September 13, 2013, 9:19 am
    Well if you don't game you could probably still use a 10 year old PC with windows XP if you really wanted too and think it ran fast.

    That's actually what I'm using right now :) (at school).
    - casper667 September 13, 2013, 11:36 am
    See that's the biggest arguing point most people bring to me when the PC vs. Mac debate comes up. I play the occasional video game, like one or two every 6 months. That and I've had some really really bad experiences with my PC I had before I got my Mac Mini, like having my computer crash and constantly hacked with trojans even though I had antivirus software. That's just one example.
    "...and think it ran fast." What do you mean by that?
    - tbart2010 September 13, 2013, 7:52 pm
    The only reason to get the better hardware in a computer, apart from maybe a huge hdd (though you'd be better off getting an external anyways unless you had a SSD), is for gaming.

    If you have 4+ cores, an above average graphics card, and 8GB of RAM, a lot of that is going to waste if you just surf the internet, use MS Office, photoshop, and programs that aren't very intensive on your computer. In that case, you wouldn't notice much of a difference if any between a dual core, 4GB RAM, integrated graphics computer. It's pretty much ONLY for gaming, something macs don't do very well anyways.

    In other words, "fast" is subjective, and pretty much any $300 Windows computer will seem to run as "fast" as a $3000 mac computer.

    It's definitely "harder" to keep a Windows machine secure than a Mac (if you want to know why that's a whole other reply lol), but that's on the software end of things. I'm sure you can get a hold of OS X somewhere? So if you're really that bad at keeping viruses off a Windows, why not just buy a cheap Windows machine, uninstall Windows and install OS X Mountain Lion (or whatever silly name they're on now)? You're really only paying for the little apple logo on the back, and you're paying about 5 times as much for it.

    As an example, my home desktop windows PC was bought last year for ~$450, it has a quad core 3.6ghz processor, 1TB hdd, 8GB RAM, Windows 8, and an AMD Radeon HD6670 graphics card. It runs Diablo 3, Minecraft, WoW, and Starcraft 2 on highest settings at 60fps. And you could probably go even cheaper if you built one yourself.
    - casper667 September 13, 2013, 11:26 pm
    Well, it's not that bad at keeping viruses off of computers. I just have bad luck when it comes to that lol
    - tbart2010 September 14, 2013, 12:28 am
    I don't get what you mean? Viruses get on your computer by the actions you perform. Some of the most frequent causes are downloading public torrents while not knowing how to check comment sections, looking at porn, or having Norton/McAfee and thinking they are good antiviruses.
    - casper667 September 14, 2013, 1:45 am
    Yeah I had Norton and it did hardly anything.
    - tbart2010 September 14, 2013, 8:23 pm
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