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Discussion in 'Help Forum' started by Specwriter, Dec 16, 2002.

  1. Beeble

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    I do graphic editing on both.
     
  2. SuperStar

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    :mad: :o

    I wonder if the thread starter even came back to look at this.
     
  3. Beeble

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    lol proboably not. THey probably gave him a sheet with required buying or something.
     
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    Well my '94 Toshiba monochrome screen laptop with 200MB hard drive, 4 MB ram, 33 MHZ pentium processor running Win 3.1.1 will pwn you all!

    It has a printer too.
     
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    ACK!!! Windows for Workgroups!! Back demon spawn!! Back to the foul nether regions of hell!!!

    You're making me miss the old days again...
     
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    Taking photography myself I can tell you that the reason why most graphics are done on Macs is that the windows programs are big, clunky and stupid...we only used Macs and SGI's (running Linux) at our school. Sure you can get more graphics programs for windows, but those super cheap pieces of junk are just that, clunky, pieces of junk. All the benchmark programs started on the Mac, so their support is seamless, it honestly doesn't matter if a PC or a Mac can crank out a compression a few seconds faster, because that's all we are talking about.
     

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