I have just spent several days cleaning off viruses and spyware from our
secretary's PC. If you want to do a lot of editing and stuff like that, you may
want to consider a Mac desktop rather than a notebook. Although I haven't
heard of a lot of people losing their desktop Mac, I have heard of people
wearing out the laptop when they do a lot of power intensive stuff. However the
new ones may be better. Use a laptop (either PC or Mac) if you need portability.
Get a desktop if you don't.
On 1/10/07, Need to buy one ASAP wrote:
> Buying a new laptop. I need it for video editting, photos,
> Flash (creating docs), games (my husband plays some),
> internet, and basic computing applications. The Dell I'm
> looking at is about $2000 and the Mac I'm looking at is
> Do you think a Mac is worth the money? I'm becoming partial
> to them, even though I'm writing this from a Dell desktop.
> One thing that is selling me on the Mac is they do last a
> long time, you typically don't have the rebooting problems,
> adn there aren't the virus issues. Also, the laptop is just
> really cool!!!