i had just gotten a nice $400 tax return and its time to upgrade my p4 2.4ghz pc, so i had to choose between amd64 3500+ 2.2ghz and a p4 3.4ghz. I had looked at benchmarks and turns out rumors true, amd good for games and intel good for applications/multimedia. I really like intel, its always been a higher quality product that runs faster, more stable, and cooler. However, being a gamer, against my better judgement i just went ahead and ordered the AMD64 3500+, when i couple it up with my radeon 9800 and hopefully order a 1gb dual channel kit, this pc will be quite the beast. anywho, its time to try out these amd64s and see how they run.
Oh man, I got my Mac on... ;D ... I finally got the mini mac Thursday and tried it out, but the new ps2/usb keyboard I bought for it didn't work. It's a bad keyboard and sending it back.
Saturday, I went to the local Radio Shack and bought a usb/ps2 adapter and now have it up & running. With my new 15" LCD flat panel vga monitor, I like the mini mac so far.
OSX does have a Linux look & feel to it but is different. I just have to play around with it more. I installed Firefox because I don't really like Safari browser, it doesn't have tabs. I also put Yahoo messenger on it since that's my main messenger program. I wonder is there a Gaim version for the Mac?
Just some thoughts...
Oh and I will be an Apple fanatic for awhile but alway will be a Linux crackpot! ;D
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I installed Firefox because I don't really like Safari browser, it doesn't have tabs.
thats weird, my Safari has tabs, all i gotta do is hit apple key + t
I don't have an apple keyboard, I can't just go in the menu and choose tabs?