Mac or PC, a pole

  1. Enquiring minds want to know. Please no mud-slinging!
  2. Poll: please choose one

    • P.C. of course, What kind of a question is that!

      93.75% 15
    • Mac user here. but I like you anyway.

      6.25% 1
    16 Votes
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  4. by   LasVegasRN
    I don't even know what a Mac looks like, is that a bad thing?
  5. by   kittyw
    Way back when in 6th grade we had a mac at school... haven't seen one since. But I do hear that they're really good for some of the photo programs.
  6. by   adrienurse
    OMG, sorry I can't spell.
  7. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by adrienurse
    OMG, sorry I can't spell.
    I was wondering if that was another kind of system I wasn't aware of... :chuckle
  8. by   cactus wren
    Don`t even know anyone who owns one.........but they are kinda cute.......saw one at store, once......
  9. by   RainbowzLPN
    LOLOLOLOLOLOL..... . I cracked up at the responses here. I am now a Windows user.. that's what my roommate has, but before I moved here, I was a Mac baby! I'm going to be saving up to get an ibook...eventually. I have nothing against Windows, but Mac is in my heart! (Hey, I used to live next door to an ex- Apple employee!)
  10. by   Jenny P
    I use a Mac, Cactus Wren, so you can no longer say you don't know anyone who owns one. Both of my kids have iBooks, and here at home hubby and I have 2 iMacs and (his) PC hooked up to a network with a scanner (which I can't figure out how to use) and a printer (which DH's PC seems to have put a curse on and I can no longer use it with my iMAC). My son HAS to come over and straighten out this pile of wires under my desk again! He's our computer wizard, and periodically he and 3 friends come over during the night and hook their iBooks up to our cable network and router and work til the wee hours of the night.

    Every time I try to use the PC, I kill it. Hubby isn't thrilled with his PC either; he needed it for his work and some volunteer work he does (60% of business programs are written only for PC's).