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Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux
Posted by Tripod on 2005-05-02 09:33:09
In reply to Rob Enderle
Life's short, give me the best machine possible to do my work. I can manage to use a separate machine for playing games, be it xbox, gamecube, windows, etc... And I am sick of viruses and spyware.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Rob Enderle  2005-05-02 05:26:04
Re: 64 bit Linux on your Mac  FraterF93  2005-05-27 06:06:53
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  DaSheik  2005-05-20 14:18:20
Wow, what are you smoking?  bugmenot  2005-05-06 00:01:04
Apple Patented Spotlight in January 2000  aristotles  2005-05-05 21:55:15
Doesn't integrate well? Not by my experience.  YuriS  2005-05-04 00:19:33
wow-- pretty mind-blowing assumption there, Rob  bugmenotcom  2005-05-02 12:03:37
Re: wow-- pretty mind-blowing assumption there, Rob  Everlast  2005-11-28 13:00:03
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Tripod  2005-05-02 09:33:09
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  solsun  2005-05-02 09:11:01
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  kcp203  2005-05-02 08:58:56
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Billums  2005-05-02 08:38:33
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  mbf666  2005-05-02 08:16:46
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